A good detective story taking place in a beautiful part of Italy is a real treat for people who enjoy reading crime mysteries and also happen to love Italy. Use this website to find out more about the locations, the lifestyle and the food and the wine experienced by the characters created by your favourite authors.

Thursday, July 2, 2015

The Assisi Murders


An Achille Peroni mystery by Timothy Holme


Commissario Achille Peroni is tempted by plenty of beautiful women while on a pilgrimage to Assisi but he finds himself irresistibly drawn to a lady who had lived in the city during the 13th century.
When one of his fellow pilgrims is arrested on a charge of shooting her lover, Peroni takes it upon himself to conduct an investigation completely independent of the police officers assigned to the case from Perugia.
But his enquiries uncover a 13th century mystery involving a woman who had been a confidante of St Francis of Assisi himself.
Timothy Holme skilfully blends Peroni’s investigations into the present day murder with his fascinating journey into the past intrigues of medieval Assisi, which are revealed in the letters the Commissario discovers written by St Francis’s close female friend, the fascinating Jacopa de Settesoli.
He is ably assisted in the investigation by an eccentric, English woman crime writer living in Assisi, Dame Iolanthe Higgins, a well-drawn character who adds humour and colour to the story.
As ever, Timothy Holme serves up an intriguing mystery that is also amusing and entertaining for his readers.

Buy The Assisi Murders by Timothy Holme from Amazon.

Home

No comments:

Post a Comment