Italy in books – reading challenge 2011


This challenge is hosted by Books after Books and runs from January 1 2011 to December 31 2011. The aim of the challenge is to read at least 12 books that are set in Italy. I have restricted myself to crime fiction books and have read so far:

My plan is to read this summer the eight books by Camilleri that I have not read yet. So even if I’m slightly behind my goal, I might be able to get it done.

One thought on “Italy in books – reading challenge 2011”

  1. I just read The Snack Thief, making the seventh Montalbano book I’ve read. It was delightful. I did take a virtual vacation in Vigata for two days, which was delightful. The only problem is there are only six left in English.
    Drawing Conclusions, Donna Leon’s latest, is good, and as a friend puts it, like putting on old, comfortable shoes.
    A few people have pointed out the Marshall Browne series about Inspector Anders. Although Browne is Australian, the books are set in Italy.

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