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A Fine Line Audiobook

A Fine Line: Guido Guerrieri Series, Book 5

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Publisher's Summary

This suspenseful legal thriller tells the story of Judge Larocca, who, to quote The Brothers Karamazov, 'lies to himself and listens to his own lies, so gets to the point where he can no longer distinguish the truth'. A man always looking to justify his evil and corrupt behaviour, he is perhaps an apposite metaphor for Italy itself. When he becomes the subject of corruption allegations, fellow judge Guerrieri goes against his better instincts and takes the case.

Eventually justice will be served, though perhaps not in the most orthodox of ways.

©2016 Gianrico Carofiglio (P)2016 Audible, Ltd

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    Francie Healy 11-01-16 Member Since 2014

    Professional editor, writer; prolific reader; mother; grandmother; amateur watercolourist.

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    "A rich performance"

    I love Guido Guerrieri! And I especially like him with Sean Barrett's voice. Gianrico Carofiglio writes beautifully and thoughtfully. The combination is rich and memorable. I recommend this series of books to anyone who is looking for a good story with real depth.

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    Priscilla 10-11-16
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    "Rich in detail"
    Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

    If you like narrative rich in detail and characters that are so real they feel like old friends, you will like Gianrico Carofiglio's novels. Each one gets better and better.


    Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

    This novel will have you going to your computer to play the music that Guido Guerrieri has just played or to look up breeds of cats or any of the myriad details that Carofiglio writes about.


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  • Michelle
    Hawthorn, Australia
    9/10/16
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    "Quiet yet gripping"

    Carofiglio writes deceptively quiet crime novels. There are no bullets. Most of the action is in observation, conversation & mental debate. Still, they grip and don't let go.

    Even in translation, the prose is beautiful, read by the wonderful Sean Barrett.

    The city of Bari comes alive in these stories. You don't need to read the full series to enjoy this one, but repeat readers are fed little tidbits they will enjoy. In this book Guido's team stay in the background more than usual but boxing, the sea, the all night bookshop, art, comics and music all have cameos.

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful
  • Steven
    Harrogate, United Kingdom
    9/30/16
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    "Charming relaxed tale"

    Excellent narration. A charming educated tale well told. A pleasure to listen to this conversational reflective style.

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  • Linda
    London, United Kingdom
    9/19/16
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    "Back on top"

    Whilst I felt the previous book in the series had slipped a little, the latest instalment of this excellent courtroom series is definitely back in finer form and well worth a listen.

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  • Earnest
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    "Ah, the series letdown.."

    How muddling it must be for a writer to divide the "self" from the fiction. Some openly don't..Ove Knausgaard has made his own kind of mark in this genre. But overt proselytizing to the point of readerly, massive irritation is not acceptable. The overt pain the writer clearly has over legal issues he is aware of, overwhelmed any plot development at all. Knowing that injustice prevails must be hideous but a reader in the fiction genre needs more
    story to embed and carry the ideas so that some empathy can be felt. Perhaps the Avocato in the series ( as in real life) escaped the system and became a motor bike fanatic and roared off into the distance..and wrote better novels-now that he has for this out of his system.

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