The Philadelphia Inquirer called Leons incomparable creation Commissario Guido Brunetti the most humane sleuth since Georges Simenons Inspector Maigret. Its no wonder then that Leons legion of fans continues to grow with each new book thats published. In Through a Glass, Darkly, Brunetti investigates the murder of a night watchman, whose body is found in front of a blazing furnace at Giovanni De Cals glass factory along with an annotated copy of Dantes Inferno. Did the cantankerous De Cal kill him? Will Brunetti make the connection between the work of literature and the murderer in time?
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