Tag Archives: Donna Leon

Death and Judgment

“[Brunetti’s] most difficult and politically sensitive case to date . . . complex and filled with charm, humor, and intelligence.” —Booklist

Death at La Fenice

“What a ripping first mystery, as beguiling and secretly sinister as Venice herself. Sparkling and irresistible.” –Rita Mae Brown

By its Cover

Commissario Guido Brunetti must question his own assumptions about culture, virtue, and class in order to solve a shocking case of rare book theft…

Brunetti’s Cookbook

“Fans of Donna Leon’s mysteries set in Venice and starring her cosmopolitan detective, Commissario Guido Brunetti, will be delighted to have this cookbook. ….

Brunetti’s Venice

“Reading Leon has fueled a fantasy common to visitors in this secretive, surreally beautiful city: that somehow, despite your total lack of local credentials,…

Blood from a Stone

“Few detective writers create so vivid, inclusive and convincing a narrative as Donna Leon, the expatriate American with the Venetian heart.” —Paul Skenazy, Washington…

Beastly Things

In the latest novel of this celebrated series, a dead man is found in a canal, and Brunetti will need all his ingenuity and…

About Face

“Leon . . . is so generous with the humanizing details that make this series special. There are long walks in Brunetti’s warm company…

Acqua Alta

“Smuggling, sexual betrayal, high-class fakery and, of course, mafia money make for a rich brew.” —Sunday Times (London)