The overnight kidnapper / Andrea Camilleri ; translated by Stephen Sartarelli.
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- ISBN: 9780143131137 (paperback)
- Physical Description: 257 pages ; 20 cm
- Publisher: New York : Penguin Books, 2019.
- Copyright: ©2019.
"Originally published in Italian as La giostra degli scambi by Sellerio Editore."--Title page verso.
Translation of: Giostra degli scambi.
"The day gets off to a bad start for Montalbano: while trying to break up a fight on Marinella beach, he hits the wrong man and is stopped by the Carabinieri. When he finally gets to the office, the inspector learns about a strange abduction: a woman was abducted, drugged, and then released unharmed a few hours later. A few days later, the same thing happens again. The only link between the two events is that both women are thirty years old and work in a bank. Alongside this investigation, Montalbano has to deal with an arson case. A shop that sells household appliances has burned down, and its owner, Marcello Di Carlo, seems to have vanished into thin air. Has he run off with his lover after a holiday in the Canary Islands? Is he fleeing from his creditors, or was he murdered by the mafia for not paying their protection money? At first this seems like a trivial case, but a third abduction--yet again of a girl who works in a bank--and the discovery of a body bring up new questions. Whose body is it? And where has Di Carlo's secret lover gone?"
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