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MARSHAL GUARNACCIA
Death of an Englishman
Death of a Dutchman
Death In Springtime
Death in Autumn
The Marshal and the Murderer
The Marshal and the Madwoman
The Marshal's Own Case
The Marshal Makes his Report
The Marshal at the Villa Torrini
The Monster of Florence
Property of Blood
Some Bitter Taste
The Innocent
WITH PAOLO VAGHEGGI
The Prosecutor
 
 

 

THE MARSHAL MAKES HIS REPORT

First published By Collins, London, 1991.

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THE MARSHAL MAKES HIS REPORT

Homicide, Suicide or Accident? In the case of a death in one of the oldest noble families in Florence the only accaptable answer is Accident. Marshal Guarnaccia, pacing the gloomy courtyard of the Palazzo Ulderighi, thinks not, though he’d be risking his career to say so. When the powers that be grudgingly admit it might be suicide, he’s still unhappy. He’s not accusing the Marchesa of killing her husband, so what exactly does he believe?

‘Magdalen Nabb’s books are set in a Florence so vividly brought to life that I long to go back there after reading each one.’
Susanna Yager, Sunday Telegraph.