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World Noir

  • Maurizio de Giovanni

    The Bottom of Your Heart

    2015, pp. 464, £ 11.99
    In the middle of a summer heat wave, as Naples prepares for one of its most important holy days, a renowned surgeon falls to his death from his office...
  • Piergiorgio Pulixi

    The Night of the Panthers

    2015, pp. 288, £ 10.99
    An action-packed thriller about dirty cops and ruthless drug cartels
  • Massimo Carlotto

    Gang of Lovers

    2015, pp. 208, £ 8.99
    A new installment in the popular Alligator series
  • Maurizio de Giovanni


    2015, pp. 352, £ 10.99
    Commissario Ricciardi, who possesses the dubious gift of being able to see and hear the last seconds in the lives of those who have suffered a violent...


Recent reviews

  • AT THE END OF A DULL DAY by Massimo Carlotto is the kind of tough, take-no-prisoners crime novel that had me falling in love with the genre back when I was a kid reading Spillane, Cain, and Hammett. The anti-hero of this novel, Giorgio Pellegrini, is not a nice man, to put it...
    — Ed Gorman's Blog, Nov 30 2015
  • "In 2011, I moved to Turin, in Northern Italy, to write my new novel that takes place in San Salvario, a multiethnic district located near the central train station. Turin has been in a transitional phase for many years now. In the past, it was the destination for Italian...
    — I-Italy, Nov 30 2015
  • To be in your mid-twenties today often means being at a crossroads: the time between adventure and adulthood, between carelessness and commitment. In French author Anna Gavalda’s new work, “Life, Only Better,” (Europa, $17.00) this tumultuous time is on full display in...
    — Laura Farmer, Nov 30 2015
  • In “Mathilde,” one of the two novellas that make up this book, a 24-year-old lives with twin sisters and works as a negative commenter on various websites. Her anonymous comments send site owners running to her brother-in-law to improve their web presence. When she loses...
    — The New York Times, Nov 30 2015
  • New York, November 30 - Titles by Italian authors Elena Ferrante and the late Primo Levi have both made it into the top 100 books of the year compiled by the New York Times, it emerged on Monday. The books in question - The Story of the Lost Child by the elusive Ferrante...
    — Ansa, Nov 30 2015
  • Friends confront age and the questions of life’s meaning in the stunning final book of this brilliant series.
    — The New York Times, Nov 30 2015
  • From provocative novels, giants real and imagined, and new novels from past masters … authors and critics select their favourite reads of 2015 Frank Cottrell Boyce The Givenness of Things by Marilynne Robinson; My Brilliant Friend by Elena Ferrante; Debt by David Graeber...
    — The Guardian, Nov 30 2015
  • The final book in the Neapolitan Novels tetralogy that began with Elena Ferrante’s My Brilliant Friend, The Story of the Lost Child continues the saga of two compelling woman, Elena and Lila, childhood friends and now single mothers, back living in the neighbourhood of their...
    — Word by word, Nov 30 2015