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Suffer the Little Children

Donna Leon: Suffer the Little Children (USA 2017)

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Donna Leon's charming, evocative, and addictive Commissario Guido Brunetti mysteries are widely acclaimed national and international best sellers, reaching a wider audience in the United States than ever before. Her latest, Suffer the Little Children, is classic Brunetti, a fantastic addition to the series.

When Commissario Brunetti is summoned in the middle of the night to the hospital bed of a senior pediatrician, he is confronted with more questions than answers. Three men -- a young Carabiniere captain and two privates from out of town -- had burst into the doctor's apartment while the family was sleeping, attacked him, and taken away his eighteen-month-old boy. What could have motivated an assault by the forces of the state so violent that it has left the doctor mute? Who would have authorized such an alarming operation?

As Brunetti delves into the case, he begins to uncover a story of infertility, desperation, and illegal dealings. At the same time, Brunetti's colleague, Inspector Vianello, discovers a moneymaking scam between pharmacists and doctors in the city. But it appears as if one of the pharmacists is after more than money. What secrets are in the records? And what has been done with them? Donna Leon's new novel is as subtle and fascinating as her best mysteries, set in a beautifully realized Venice, a glorious city seething with small-town vice.

Donna Leon: Suffer the Little Children. A Commissario Guido Brunetti Mystery. Grove Press, ISBN: 9780802126153 (March, 2017), 272 p., $16.00.

 

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Suffer the Little Children

Donna Leon: Suffer the Little Children (USA 2010)

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Donna Leon's Commissario Brunetti series has made Venice -- a city that's beautiful and sophisticated, but also secretive and corrupt -- one of mystery fans' most beloved locales. In this brilliant new book, Brunetti is summoned to the hospital bed of a respected pediatrician, where he is confronted with more questions than answers. Three men had burst into the doctor's apartment, attacked him, and kidnapped his eighteen-month-old son. What could have motivated an assault so violent that it has left the doctor mute? And could this crime be related to the moneymaking scam run by pharmacists that Brunetti's colleague has recently uncovered? As Brunetti delves deeper into the case, a story of infertility, desperation, and illegal dealings begins to unfold.

Donna Leon: Suffer the Little Children. A Commissario Guido Brunetti Mystery. Penguin, ISBN: 9780143117117 (March, 2010), 288 p., $14.00.

 

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Donna Leon: Suffer the Little Children (UK 2009)

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The quiet of the Venetian night is shattered as a band of armed men smash their way into Dr Gustavo Pedrolli's apartment, fracture his skull and grab his eighteen-month-old baby. And when Commissario Guido Brunetti, pulled from his bed by the news, arrives at the hospital to investigate, no one knows why the eminent paediatrician has suffered such a violent assault.

But soon Brunetti begins to uncover a story of infertility, desperation, and an underworld where babies can be bought for cash -- linked with a money-making scam between pharmacists and doctors in the city. And knowledge can be as destructive as greed -- certain information about one's neighbours can lead to all kinds of corruption and all sorts of pain.

Donna Leon: Suffer the Little Children. The Truth at any Cost. Arrow, ISBN: 9780099536635 (February, 2009), 342 p., £7.99

 

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Suffer the Little Children

Donna Leon: Suffer the Little Children (USA 2008)

From the Publisher:
Donna Leon's Commissario Brunetti series has made Venice -- a city that's beautiful and sophisticated, but also secretive and corrupt -- one of mystery fans' most beloved locales. In this brilliant new book, Brunetti is summoned to the hospital bed of a respected pediatrician, where he is confronted with more questions than answers. Three men had burst into the doctor's apartment, attacked him, and kidnapped his eighteen-month-old son. What could have motivated an assault so violent that it has left the doctor mute? And could this crime be related to the moneymaking scam run by pharmacists that Brunetti's colleague has recently uncovered? As Brunetti delves deeper into the case, a story of infertility, desperation, and illegal dealings begins to unfold.

Donna Leon: Suffer the Little Children. A Commissario Guido Brunetti Mystery. Penguin, ISBN: 0143113615 (May, 2008), 264 p., $7.99.

 

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Suffer the Little Children

Donna Leon: Suffer the Little Children (UK 2008)

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When Commissario Brunetti is summoned to the hospital bedside of a senior paediatrician whose skull has been fractured in a brutal attack, he is confronted with more questions than answers. Three men have burst into the doctor's apartment in the middle of the night, attacked him and taken away his eighteen-month old son. What can have motivated such a violent assault?

As he investigates Brunetti begins to uncover a story of infertility, desperation, and an underworld in which babies can be bought for cash. Meanwhile, Inspector Vianello has uncovered a money-making scam between pharmacists and doctors in the city. But one of the pharmacists is motivated by more than thoughts of gain - the power of knowledge and delusions of moral rectitude can be as destructive and powerful as love of money. And certain information about one's neighbours can lead to all kinds of corruption and all sorts of pain…

Donna Leon: Suffer the Little Children. The Truth at any Cost? Arrow, ISBN: 0099503220 (March, 2008), 342 p., £6.99

 

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Suffer the Little Children

Donna Leon: Suffer the Little Children (USA 2007)

From the Publisher:
Donna Leon's charming, evocative, and addictive Commissario Guido Brunetti mysteries are widely acclaimed national and international best sellers, reaching a wider audience in the United States than ever before. Her latest, Suffer the Little Children, is classic Brunetti, a fantastic addition to the series.

When Commissario Brunetti is summoned in the middle of the night to the hospital bed of a senior pediatrician, he is confronted with more questions than answers. Three men -- a young Carabiniere captain and two privates from out of town -- had burst into the doctor's apartment while the family was sleeping, attacked him, and taken away his eighteen-month-old boy. What could have motivated an assault by the forces of the state so violent that it has left the doctor mute? Who would have authorized such an alarming operation?

As Brunetti delves into the case, he begins to uncover a story of infertility, desperation, and illegal dealings. At the same time, Brunetti's colleague, Inspector Vianello, discovers a moneymaking scam between pharmacists and doctors in the city. But it appears as if one of the pharmacists is after more than money. What secrets are in the records? And what has been done with them? Donna Leon's new novel is as subtle and fascinating as her best mysteries, set in a beautifully realized Venice, a glorious city seething with small-town vice.

Donna Leon: Suffer the Little Children. A Commissario Guido Brunetti Mystery. Atlantic Monthly Press, ISBN: 087113960X (May, 2007), 264 p., $24.00

 

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Donna Leon: Suffer the Little Children (UK 2007)

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When Commissario Brunetti is summoned to the hospital bedside of a senior paediatrician whose skull has been fractured in a brutal attack, he is confronted with more questions than answers. Three men have burst into the doctor's apartment in the middle of the night, attacked him and taken away his eighteen-month old son. What can have motivated such a violent assault?

As he investigates Brunetti begins to uncover a story of infertility, desperation, and an underworld in which babies can be bought for cash. Meanwhile, Inspector Vianello has uncovered a money-making scam between pharmacists and doctors in the city. But one of the pharmacists is motivated by more than thoughts of gain - the power of knowledge and delusions of moral rectitude can be as destructive and powerful as love of money. And certain information about one's neighbours can lead to all kinds of corruption and all sorts of pain…

Donna Leon's new novel is as subtle and gripping as ever, set in a beautifully-realised Venice, seething with small-town malice

Donna Leon: Suffer the Little Children. William Heinemann, ISBN: 043401625X (April, 2007), 264 p., £15.99

 

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