Commissario Brunetti

Commissario Brunetti

Episodes 1 & 2 the Commissario Guido Brunetti mysteries

DVD - 2011 | German
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Vendetta: A high profile attorney and a prominent tax adviser are murdered within days of each other, and Brunetti's investigation leads to Senora Ceroni, and a human-trafficking syndicate within the cream of Venetian society.
The anonymous Venetian: The investigation of a murdered bank executive, whose body is found clad in women's attire, leads Brunetti to the subculture of transvestites and male prostitutes, among whom are many characters that lead double lives.
Publisher: [Germany] : ARD Degeto : Bavaria Media, 2011, 2000
Branch Call Number: DVD TV COM
Characteristics: 2 videodiscs

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Thornhillnana
May 18, 2017

Did not realize the Donna Leon books are in video form. The novels are a great diversion.

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Mtrey
May 22, 2016

Worthwhile series, first introduction to Brunetti and I shall certainly view the other episodes.

Contrast of a fairly normal family life with the intrigue of investigations coupled with Italian scenery, makes it good to watch.

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reneroy
Nov 22, 2015

Totally enjoyable

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ilovewhippets
Dec 12, 2014

Very interesting and well done! Set in Italy!

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jimg2000
Jan 29, 2013

A dedicated detective, with an ordinary family, worked on murder cases under a bureaucratic chief but with help from a beautiful resourceful assistant and his motley crew. From italian-mysteries.com: Murder, Venice and relationships as intriguing and labyrinthine as the streets of the Lagoon City itself – this is Donna Leon's recipe for success. With her "Inspector Brunetti" crime novels, the Venice-based American author has won countless passionate fans all over the world. Translated into twenty languages, her novels always feature the engaging Inspector Guido Brunetti, a mild-mannered man with a razor-sharp wit, a keen mind and a touch of melancholy. Brunetti's harmonious family life with his wife and two children stands in sharp contrast to what he faces every day at work: the widespread corruption and criminal energy festering behind the otherworldly beauty of Venice's centuries-old walls.

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Mtrey
May 22, 2016

Mtrey thinks this title is suitable for 16 years and over

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