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Title:
Rounding the Mark (MP3)
Series:
Inspector Montalbano #7
Written by:
Andrea Camilleri 
Read by:
Mark Meadows 
Format:
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
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Duration:
6 hours 35 minutes 
MP3 size:
273 MB 
Published:
July 28 2018 
Available Date:
July 28 2018 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9781509868995 
Genres:
Fiction; Crime & Thriller; Detective; Mystery 
Publisher:
Bolinda/Macmillan audio 
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International bestselling author
International bestselling series

The seventh darkly humorous audiobook in Andrea Camilleri's Inspector Montalbano series.

He began swimming in slow, broad strokes. The sea smelled harsh, stinging his nostrils like champagne, and he nearly got drunk on it ... In a fraction of a second, Montalbano realised he'd struck a human foot. Somebody else was floating right beside him, and he hadn't noticed. 'Excuse me,' he said hastily, flipping back onto his belly and looking over at the other. The person beside him didn't answer, because he wasn't doing the dead man's float. He was actually dead. And, to judge from the way he looked, he'd been so for quite a while. Increasingly disillusioned with his government and the world in general, Inspector Montalbano is considering retirement. He is starting to feel his age, and even his favourite restaurant has closed. But when he bumps into a dead body during a bracing swim, his detective instincts are aroused once more. Particularly when the most likely identity of the victim is a man already long buried ...

'Peppered with comments on Italian life, politics and the media, his stories are not only a joy to read, but also literary works in their own right.'
New Statesman

'Camilleri has created such a realistic and likeable hero that his books are both instructive and enjoyable; and the Sicilian setting is fascinating.'
Literary Review