The Lost Girls of Rome

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Product Details

Price
$26.00
Publisher
Mulholland Books
Publish Date
Pages
432
Dimensions
6.4 X 9.4 X 1.4 inches | 0.01 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780316246798

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About the Author

Donato Carrisi studied law and criminology before he began working as a writer for television. The Whisperer, Carrisi's first novel, won five international literary prizes, has been sold in nearly twenty countries, and has been translated into languages as varied as French, Danish, Hebrew and Vietnamese. Carrisi lives in Rome.

Reviews

"The crime novels imported from Europe in the last few years have been a mixed lot, too often favoring atmosphere over plot, but in his second book Donato Carrisi strikes the balance perfectly...Sandra and Marcus are both likeable and intelligent, and the book's multiple storylines find their resolution nicely."--Charles Finch, USA Today (3/4 stars)
"Masterful. With each chapter, THE LOST GIRLS OF ROME jumps from one plotline to the next, back and forth between the present and one year ago. Carrisi uses this device to full advantage, building suspense to almost unbearable (and perhaps supernatural) levels, all the way to a truly surprising ending."--Bruce Tierney, BookPage
"Very well written. Reminiscent of books like Carlos Ruiz Zafón's classic The Shadow of the Wind, Carrisi's work has a dreamy, other worldly feel about it; the prose is literate, lyrical, knowing, dense without being wordy, erudite without being pretentious."--Hank Wagner, Mystery Scene
"With references to the Monster of Florence, a medieval serial murderer, and a secret Vatican sect, Carrisi's literary thriller draws readers into a labyrinth of evil. Carrisi writes beautifully [and] intimately appreciates Rome, its chapels, its narrow alleyways, its fountains and gardens. A powerful psychological drama."
--Kirkus Reviews (starred)
"With a lot of separate subplots, intricate details, and twists, this novel has plenty for readers to follow, but those who can keep up will be rewarded with a satisfying conclusion."--Library Journal
PRAISE FOR THE WHISPERER

"One hell of a ride. This story screams high tension, high stakes and high velocity. Superb."--Michael Connelly
"Brilliant and very creepy. A great book."--Ken Follett
"Donato Carrisi has a unique gift for blending fascinating forensic detail, mind-bending plot twists, and empathetic characters into a seamless, powerful narrative. THE WHISPERER intrigues, informs, and haunts simultaneously, a novel that will linger in the mind long after you've finished."--Michael Koryta
"Brutally awesome--Thomas Harris by way of Ian Rankin."--Will Lavender