Justice. I never tire of Donna Leon’s novels featuring Commissario Guido Brunetti. The twentieth in the series is titled, Drawing Conclusions, and the focus of Brunetti’s attention is violence against women. In his persistent and dogged fashion, Brunetti tries to figure things out and follow his instincts to bring answers to his many questions. Wandering around Venice, Brunetti skirts the bureaucracy, finds the answers that eluded him, and determines a form of justice that seems superior to any other. Readers who like character-driven fiction or who like to feel present in the setting are those most likely to enjoy this novel.
Rating: Three-star (Recommended)
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