Montalbano quickly slammed the trunk shut and sat down on top of it. When the beam from Livias torch shone on his face, he automatically smiled. Whats in the trunk? Livia asked. Nothing. Its empty. How could he possibly have told her there was a corpse inside? The lazy, slow month of August at the height of the Sicilian summer is, Montalbano assures his girlfriend Livia as they prepare for a relaxing holiday in a villa he has found for them, far too hot for any murders to be committed. But when Livia's friends young son goes missing, a chain of events is sparked which will certainly ruin the Chief Inspectors pleasant interlude. A secret apartment and a grisly find in an old trunk are just the beginning, as Montalbano navigates his way though the case, as well as coping with the sweltering heat, the suspicious death of an Arab labourer and the tempting lure of a beautiful girl . . . A magnificent series of novels Sunday Times Wonderful Italian detective stories Guardian

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