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Publisher's Summary

Commissario Guido Brunetti's career is under threat when his professional and personal lives unexpectedly intersect. In the chill of the Venetian dawn, a sudden act of vandalism shatters the quiet of the deserted city, and Brunetti is shocked to find that the culprit waiting to be apprehended at the scene is a member of his own family. Meanwhile, he is also under pressure from his superiors to solve a daring robbery with connections to a suspicious accidental death. Could the two crimes be connected? And will Brunetti be able to prove his family's innocence before it's too late?
©1999 Donna Leon and Diogenes Verlag AG, Zurich. All rights reserved. (P)2012 AudioGo
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By Stephanie on 04-30-12

Great series

What did you love best about Fatal Remedies?

This is not one of my absolute favorites in the series but Leon is always good .<br/>Colacci makes Guido come Alice. I love his reading and even if the story may not be as good he makes it better..

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By Anita on 04-23-12

Excellent Read!

Would you listen to Fatal Remedies again? Why?

A great read or listen for Leon Fans. As with all Leon books it is just as good the fifth time as the first time you read it. I love to listen to an audio recording of one of Leon's books as I read it. Colacci's recital puts life into Leon's story and helps me with the pronunciation on the many italian phrases throughtout her Brunetti mysteries.

What did you like best about this story?

I was glad that Paula put action to her vehement protest of travel aimed especially toward pedophile's so that they may take advantage of children in other counties.

Which scene was your favorite?

Paula's description of the person who broke the travel agency window, to the police officers, was very much the Paula I've come to know through Leon's books.

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2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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