The Age of Doubt by Andrea Camilleri audiobook

The Age of Doubt

By Andrea Camilleri
Translated by Stephen Sartarelli
Read by Grover Gardner

Blackstone Publishing 9780143120926

The Inspector Montalbano Mysteries: Book 14

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In this, the most maritime of Montalbano’s investigations, listeners will be struck by the change in the commissioner. One night, Inspector Montalbano dreams of a stormy sea, which he knows represents unease and loss of control. The next day, a boat is found in the port of Vigàta and, within it, the body of a disfigured corpse. The waterfront has also drawn in an eighty-five-foot luxury boat passengered by fifty carefree souls and a somewhat shadowy crew. They will have to stay in Vigàta until the investigation is over: the man, it seems, was poisoned. However, right now, it is the yacht’s owner and sailors Montalbano is focused on. Montalbano must navigate the murky waters of his relationship with Livia while trying to find which seafaring suspect is the real murderer.

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Summary

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A Publishers Weekly Pick of the Week, May 2012

In this, the most maritime of Montalbano’s investigations, listeners will be struck by the change in the commissioner.

One night, Inspector Montalbano dreams of a stormy sea, which he knows represents unease and loss of control. The next day, a boat is found in the port of Vigàta and, within it, the body of a disfigured corpse. The waterfront has also drawn in an eighty-five-foot luxury boat passengered by fifty carefree souls and a somewhat shadowy crew. They will have to stay in Vigàta until the investigation is over: the man, it seems, was poisoned. However, right now, it is the yacht’s owner and sailors Montalbano is focused on.

Montalbano must navigate the murky waters of his relationship with Livia while trying to find which seafaring suspect is the real murderer.

Editorial Reviews

Editorial Reviews

“Hilarious and poignant…Both cop and man are of compelling interest for the reader of this marvelous saga.” Wall Street Journal
“Exquisite…The awkward humanity and everyday sadness of Camilleri’s characters make them instantly sympathetic, while wry commentary on language, food, and local customs lend color.” Publishers Weekly (starred review)
“As with Camilleri’s other Montalbano novels, familiar personalities and settings don’t fail to delight. The inspector and his colorful crew remain quirky and unpredictable, and the mysteries continue to entertain. This esteemed series is a great example of local color and character who will appeal to fans of mysteries set in international locales.” Library Journal
“Montalbano’s fourteenth delves more deeply into the hero’s interior life than usual. A droll delight.” Kirkus Reviews

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Author Bio: Andrea Camilleri

Author Bio: Andrea Camilleri

Andrea Camilleri (1925–2019) wrote the internationally bestselling Inspector Montalbano mysteries as well as historical novels. His books have been made into television shows in Italy and translated into thirty-two languages. His thirteenth Montalbano novel, The Potter’s Field, won the Crime Writers’ Association International Dagger Award and was long-listed for the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, Digital Rental, CD, Library CD, MP3 CD
Category: Fiction/Mystery & Detective
Runtime: 5.37
Audience: Adult
Language: English