Reviews

  • The thoughtful and charming [Brunetti] is on top form . . . His nicely balanced world . . . is cumulatively engrossing. In this domestic detail, Leon roots the power of the ordinary, moral individual

    Sunday Times
  • Leon writes with great literary panache and evocative power about the world's most beautiful and mysterious city

    Spectator
  • Donna Leon has a wonderful feel for the hidden evils that lie below the façade of the magical city, and Brunetti, sturdy family man and cynic, is an endearing guide into the machinations of Italian society

    The Times
  • It would be simply perverse not to acknowledge [Leon's] skill . . . The reader comes to look forward to Paola's elegant Venetian lunches as much as Brunetti does . . . The plot of Blood from a Stone both stands up to and complements the cast . . . Comfort reading of the highest order

    TLS
  • The fabulous Donna Leon

    Antonia Fraser, Spectator

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