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The Bottom of Your Heart [Epub] ➛ The Bottom of Your Heart By Maurizio de Giovanni – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Il romanzo dell infedeltImmersa nel caldo torrido di luglio e nei preparativi per una delle feste pi amate, la citt sospesa tra cielo e inferno Quando un notissimo chirurgo cade dalla finestra del suo Il romanzo dell infedeltImmersa nel caldo torrido of Your Kindle Ô di luglio e nei preparativi per una delle feste pi amate, la citt sospesa tra cielo e inferno Quando un notissimo chirurgo cade dalla finestra del suo ufficio, per Ricciardi e Maione inizia una The Bottom Epub / indagine che li porter nel cuore dei sentimenti e delle passioni pi tenaci e sconvolgenti Infedelt e tradimento sembrano connessi in modo inestricabile alla gioia rara dell a Troppo per non rimanerne toccati Il dubbio e l incertezza si fanno strada sempre Bottom of Your PDF Ì pi nell animo dei due investigatori, messi di fronte ai lati oscuri dell anima Sono le donne della loro vita a reclamare attenzione La difficolt di Ricciardi di abbandonarsi all a spinge verso inconsueti approdi l intrepida Enrica e fa osare passi azzardati alla bellissima Livia, mentre per Maione la stessa felicit familiare sembra compromessa Maurizio de Giovanni mette in scena con superba maestria, nel suo romanzo di pi ampio respiro, una galleria di personaggi e ambienti diversissimi, antichi mestieri coltivati e tramandati come religioni accanto a quartieri malfamati e interni borghesi troppo tranquilli Angeliche, infernali e appassionate, sui destini di ciascuno volano le note di una delle pi belle canzoni mai scritte a Napoli, mentre tutto rischia di precipitare nell abisso Perch il caldo, quello vero, viene dall inferno.

    The Bottom of Your Heart PDF/EPUB à of Your Kindle azzardati alla bellissima Livia, mentre per Maione la stessa felicit familiare sembra compromessa Maurizio de Giovanni mette in scena con superba maestria, nel suo romanzo di pi ampio respiro, una galleria di personaggi e ambienti diversissimi, antichi mestieri coltivati e tramandati come religioni accanto a quartieri malfamati e interni borghesi troppo tranquilli Angeliche, infernali e appassionate, sui destini di ciascuno volano le note di una delle pi belle canzoni mai scritte a Napoli, mentre tutto rischia di precipitare nell abisso Perch il caldo, quello vero, viene dall inferno."/>
  • ebook
  • 404 pages
  • The Bottom of Your Heart
  • Maurizio de Giovanni
  • English
  • 20 August 2019
  • 1609453026

About the Author: Maurizio de Giovanni

Maurizio de Giovanni b , Naples is of Your Kindle Ô best known for his prize winning series set in s Naples featuring Commissario Ricciardi, a loner with the paranormal ability to see and hear the murdered dead A banker by profession, de Giovanni also The Bottom Epub / writes short stories and books about historic matches of the Neapolitan soccer team.



10 thoughts on “The Bottom of Your Heart

  1. Jane Jane says:

    This is not to everyone s taste, but I was really immersed in this novel It is set in the Fascist Italy of Mussolini and we follow Commissario Luigi Ricciardi and his faithful sidekick Brigadier Raffaele Maione Ricciardi is a wealthy man, a landowner, an aristocrat, but has chosen to join the police He has a talent gift curse defect as he terms it, of hearing the dying words of someone who has suffered a violent death This may help in his police work, and as you read, you do suspend belief This is not to everyone s taste, but I was really immersed in this novel It is set in the Fascist Italy of Mussolini and we follow Commissario Luigi Ricciardi and his faithful sidekick Brigadier Raffaele Maione Ricciardi is a wealthy man, a landowner, an aristocrat, but has chosen to join the police He has a talent gift curse defect as he terms it, of hearing the dying words of someone who has suffered a violent death This may help in his police work, and as you read, you do suspend belief at this bit of fantasy In the context of the novel it seems logical The duo are investigating the death of a professor who has been thrown jumped on purpose or by accident from a window high up They decide it may have been murder This case leads them into all parts of Naples and they meet all classes of people Later the suicide of a goldsmith, the last person to see the professor alive, and the last piece he completed, an ex voto of a burning heart, bring them closer towards a solution I was so taken with this novel, I quickly ordered whichever ones the library doesn t have I hope the others will be as good and those not yet translated into English will be soon I really liked the author s bringing 1930s Naples to such vivid life and his use of what I would assume was Neapolitan dialect, not standard Italian His characters were sharply drawn Besides the murder investigation, the two policemen have their own personal problems to solve The interior monologues of various characters you were never told which at the time added to the story.Highly recommended

  2. Dennis C Dennis C says:

    Enough already of the Ricciardi Enrica non relationship It s repetitious and, IMHO, it s gotten ridiculous.

  3. Monica Monica says:

    The descriptive writing is still very well done the steaming, crowded streets of Naples in summer, and the short tempers, the futile attempts to escape the oppressive heat, the sinister political overtones, are all vividly described My complaint about this book has to do with the endless agonizing of the relationship between Enrica and Ricciardi He shuns her because he is cursed with visions of the dead and doesn t want to impose his curse on her she avoids him because she is shy and prop The descriptive writing is still very well done the steaming, crowded streets of Naples in summer, and the short tempers, the futile attempts to escape the oppressive heat, the sinister political overtones, are all vividly described My complaint about this book has to do with the endless agonizing of the relationship between Enrica and Ricciardi He shuns her because he is cursed with visions of the dead and doesn t want to impose his curse on her she avoids him because she is shy and properly raised and can t possibly approach or speak to him even though they are neighbors And maybe he likes the glamorous opera singer and not her So they moon at each other from a distance and continue to bite their hankies in despair at the futility of it all Or maybe that s me with the hanky biting thing.The other woman, the glamorous opera singer who is besotted with Ricciardi is another soppy mess, doomed to be thwarted in her romantic feelings Then there is Maioni, the normally cheerful brigadier who is suddenly jealous of his wife s mysterious afternoon excursions and immediately leaps to the wrong conclusion and starts behaving like a pathologically jealous idiot The plotting and the characters becomehysterically operatic with each book and afterthan 2,000 pages, it s become tiresome

  4. Tina Tamman Tina Tamman says:

    Why do we sometimes say from the bottom of my your heart This is the question that this book is not concerned with but, with my translating background, it arose for me, particularly as the novel in some aspects focuses on the human body and human nature Essentially it s about love, quite curious for a murder story that the police are trying to solve Not at all your usual detective narrative.Reading this novel, I was very much reminded of My Brilliant Friend by Elena Ferrante because it is Why do we sometimes say from the bottom of my your heart This is the question that this book is not concerned with but, with my translating background, it arose for me, particularly as the novel in some aspects focuses on the human body and human nature Essentially it s about love, quite curious for a murder story that the police are trying to solve Not at all your usual detective narrative.Reading this novel, I was very much reminded of My Brilliant Friend by Elena Ferrante because it is also set in Naples While Ferrante s book failed to excite my interest, de Giovanni made Naples come to life a considerable achievement I would think that even if you dislike detective police stories as a genre, you might like this one because it is so rich in humanity And what better aspect of humanity to explore but love A very satisfactory read in so many ways My only complaint is about the translator who has not put enough time and thought into achieving best nuances in English I don t think a singer would be frightened if offered a new song to sing p 290 although she might be anxious or worried And this is just one example of hasty translation that caught my eye

  5. Linda Linda says:

    Set during a heat wave in Naples a prominent surgeon falls to his death Naples is a perfect setting for this Italian noir.

  6. John Calvelli John Calvelli says:

    Guess I was in an Italian phase I have a fascination with Naples, where this is set Good local color and plot I may read other novels by the author.

  7. Kiki Kiki says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here A review A review of a book that s the eighth in a series A series that goes on and on with great, ponderous insights into tortured souls.A review A review of a book in a series that carefully strings you, the unwary reader, along, tantalizing you with rich historical details With characters who are sympathetic, yet straight out of central casting With mouthwatering descriptions of Neopolitan delicacies who knew that chocolate went with pig s blood A review A review of a book in a series A review A review of a book that s the eighth in a series A series that goes on and on with great, ponderous insights into tortured souls.A review A review of a book in a series that carefully strings you, the unwary reader, along, tantalizing you with rich historical details With characters who are sympathetic, yet straight out of central casting With mouthwatering descriptions of Neopolitan delicacies who knew that chocolate went with pig s blood A review A review of a book in a series that should be binge read only with the greatest caution, lest the repetitive descriptions hang on you like dozens of half naked scugnizzi hanging onto a streetcar, the soles of their bare feet like the soles of leather shoes.A review A review of a series of books where the characters trudge endlessly through the vicoli of the soul.OK, enough already If you don t mind endless, overblown descriptions, you might love this series I love this series Or I should say that I did until this one finally broke me.Spoilers ahead.Screw this lack of resolution I m at the point now where I hope Ricciardi ends up miserable and alone Why can t the author just wrap things up After what About 2,500 pages Freaking wrap it up, Maurizio

  8. Nina Nina says:

    This is the last of the series available in audio, which is truly disappointing I wish the next book Glass Souls becomes an audiobook.I believe it was the New York Times that described a book in the series as similar in ambience to Vittorio De Sica films, which I thought was spot on I loved the atmosphere of Naples Italy in the films.The series started to become a bit stale with the protagonist continuing to struggle with his bane, with no solution in sight Frankly, I am getting tired with This is the last of the series available in audio, which is truly disappointing I wish the next book Glass Souls becomes an audiobook.I believe it was the New York Times that described a book in the series as similar in ambience to Vittorio De Sica films, which I thought was spot on I loved the atmosphere of Naples Italy in the films.The series started to become a bit stale with the protagonist continuing to struggle with his bane, with no solution in sight Frankly, I am getting tired with his ineptitude caused by his bane with the women who craves of his love The melodramatic element in the author s writing style may be a bit too much, but it must sound great when read in Italian I hope Despite it all, I still love the series thanks to Grover Gardner who narrates the books and will try to tackle the next in ebook form

  9. David C Ward David C Ward says:

    The murder plot is ingeniously plotted and well worked out As always, these books are tremendously sentimental with the interior monologues, descriptions of the city, the opera bouffe of Maione s suspicions and Ricciardi s melodramatic sense of himself and consequent inability to commitAt some point he and Enrica have to actually have a conversation but progress is exceedingly slow..

  10. Josh Josh says:

    Another fantastic entry in the series The characters getwell rounded with every go round Wonderful, wonderful, stuff The staging of different character s perspectives, worries, concerns are so artfully down, it s like watching a precisely organized play Theatrical, but not over the top.

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