Friends in High Places
2 journalers for this copy...
Venetian cop, Commissario Guido Brunetti, wonders whom he knows to bring pressure on a local government department, to investigate the lack of official building approval on his apartment. But when that same official phones him at work, clearly scared by some information he plans to give Brunetti, and is later found dead after a fall from scaffolding, something is clearly wrong, something with far greater implications than the fate of Guido's own apartment. Brunetti's investigations take him into the unfamiliar areas of Venetian life - drug abuse and loan sharking - while the deaths of two young drug addicts, and the arrest and release of a suspected drug dealer, reveal, once again, what a difference it makes in Venice to have 'Friends in High Places'.
This was a quick read. There were murders but not much excitement.
This book was from Oxfam, the spine is broken so it falls open between pages 146 & 147 but otherwise in good condition.
Journal Entry 3
Hudson's, 122-124 Colmore Row in Birmingham, West Midlands United Kingdom on Friday, October 26, 2007
Released 14 yrs ago (10/27/2007 UTC) at Hudson's, 122-124 Colmore Row in Birmingham, West Midlands United Kingdom
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
To be taken to the Birmingham BC meet-up
Picked up by LyzzyBee/JulieCarol at the Birmingham BookCrossers' meetup on Saturday (follow the link on LyzzyBee's profile for more info and the yahoo group) and now reserved to go on the iLounge Official BookCrossing shelf at the University of Birmingham Main Library.
This is no longer in the iLounge OBCZ as of today, so marking it as travelling pending a Journal Entry.
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