Gang of lovers : an Alligator mystery

Title
Gang of lovers : an Alligator mystery / Massimo Carlotto ; translated from the Italian by Antony Shugaar.
Author
Carlotto, Massimo, 1956-
Publication
  • New York, N.Y. : Europa Editions, 2015.
  • ©2015

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Additional Authors
Shugaar, Antony
Description
207 pages; 21 cm
Uniform Title
Banda degli amanti. English
Alternative Title
Banda degli amanti.
Genre/Form
Detective and mystery fiction.
Call Number
JFD 15-3178
ISBN
  • 9781609452681 (pbk.)
  • 1609452682 (pbk.)
OCLC
893895219
Author
Carlotto, Massimo, 1956- author.
Title
Gang of lovers : an Alligator mystery / Massimo Carlotto ; translated from the Italian by Antony Shugaar.
Publisher
New York, N.Y. : Europa Editions, 2015.
Copyright Date
©2015
Type of Content
text
Type of Medium
unmediated
Type of Carrier
volume
Original Version
Originally published in Italian: Roma : Edizioni e/o, 2015, under title: La banda degli amanti.
Summary
Padua, Italy. An unremarkable man, a husband and father, disappears without a trace. After a few months of searching, the police send his file to the cold cases department to be thrown in with the files of other missing persons. One woman knows the truth about his disappearance, but, being the daughter of a prominent and wealthy Swiss industrialist she fears coming forward with what she knows: that she was his lover and that there is more to his disappearance than another bored suburban husband running out on his. Stricken by guilt, she finally confides in a lawyer who advises her to turn to Marco Buratti, aka The Alligator, for help. Buratti agrees to assist the woman. Initially, the case of the woman's missing lover seems like a lost cause, but a clue puts the Alligator and his trusted associates, Max the Memory and Beniamino Rossini, on the trail of the unscrupulous and brilliant criminal, Giorgio Pellegrini, protagonist of The Goodbye Kiss and At the End of a Dull Day . The deadly game of chicken in which the good guys and the bad guys are often hard to tell apart is Carlotto's specialty. But good or bad, these men are survivors in a world where the once ironclad criminal codes of conduct are disappearing and new criminal syndicates do vicious battle with old.
Added Author
Shugaar, Antony, translator.
Research Call Number
JFD 15-3178
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