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Finale i Venedig (1992)

af Donna Leon

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Serier: Commissario Brunetti (1)

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When renowned opera conductor Helmut Wellauer is found dead in his dressing room, the victim of cyanide poisoning, Guido Brunetti, the Vice Commissario of the Venice police, must sift through several suspects.
  1. 10
    The Fallen Angel af David Hewson (bookmomo)
    bookmomo: Leon is more atmospherical, more into Italy. In Hewson one finds more action and flashiness.
  2. 01
    Mord i fremmed land af Donna Leon (Smiler69)
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Maestro Helmut Wellauer is a world-renowned German conductor, who dies during the second intermission of La Traviata at the La Fenice theatre in Venice. While adored for his musical talent, the man is an egotistical bigot, and while nobody seems to dislike him enough to kill him, he is nonetheless dead from cyanide poisoning. Police commissario Guido Brunetti is assigned the case by his overbearing boss, and has to solve the case while considering Wellauer's wife (who is 37 years younger than he is), his leading lady soprano Flavia Petrelli (or her lesbian millionaire American lover), gay director Franco Santore or a jilted lover from decades earlier, whose career was ruined by their relationship (and her politics) or Wellauer's rumored Nazi past The beautiful setting in Venice, and Guido's patrician wife, add much to the story. ( )
  skipstern | Jul 11, 2021 |
Good in parts, but too much was lacking in emotional depth which made it difficult to empathise with any of the characters. ( )
  Kindleifier | Apr 26, 2021 |
I quite enjoyed this first book in the Brunetti series (even though I figured out a good portion of the solution). I look forward to reading more of Leon's mysteries. ( )
  leslie.98 | Jan 6, 2021 |
Good crime mystery. I really didn't figure out the punchline until about 20 pages from the end. I look forward to reading the other books in this series. ( )
  loretteirene | Dec 17, 2020 |
This, the first book in the Commissario Brunetti series, is the first book I've read by the author. It was a decent enough mystery, ie the clues and round-up made good sense, but it didn't feel as if the crime and its solving was the main focus of the book. Rather, it felt more like a slice-of-life tale that happens to be based around a mystery. We follow Brunetti around a comprehensively described Venice (I can't speak for accuracy) while he interviews various witnesses and gathers evidence. The pace was so leisurely that I didn't feel he was particularly concerned about solving it, and the tension level remained low throughout. As in a lot of police procedurals, Brunetti had a superior pressuring him and wanting to take the credit, but that didn't seem to bother him much either.

At times, the prose felt clunky and repetitive. The author frequently pops into other character's heads to to let the reader know what they're thinking, which felt unnecessary. Of course, we never get told that a potential suspect is lying, other than Brunetti sometimes thinking they are. He always turns out to be correct in his suppositions. When combined with the head-hopping, that gives me the impression of considerable overlap between omniscient author and the actual character. We don't get the pleasure of seeing Brunetti figuring things out.

For my tastes, there was too much belabouring of "Of course xx acted this way because they were/were not Italian," as if nationality handwaved away any kind of behaviour. I didn't notice Brunetti being worried or frustrated or taken aback, which made him feel very distant as a character. I quite enjoyed his domestic scenes, though I wondered why eg he was surprised at his maths prodigy daughter saying something maths-related and then having to remind himself she was good at maths, as if he'd forgotten. It didn't feel consistent.

I'd say this book's worth trying if you like your mysteries with a gentle pace and with an almost domestic feel.
  MHThaung | Oct 11, 2020 |
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