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Midnight in Sicily

Midnight in Sicily

Author(s): Peter Robb

Location(s): Sicily

Genre(s): Historical, Travelogue

Era(s): Various



A journey into the heart of Sicily, using art, food, history and literature to shed light on southern Italy’s legacy of political corruption and violent crime. The book takes as its starting point the ongoing trial of seven-times Prime Minister Giulio Andreotti.

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Starting in Palermo I understood from this book why you hear doors banging shut, the odd voice, but you don’t see anyone about. This is the kind of book that gets under the skin...

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A story in which the location plays as important a role as the rest of your words.

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