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    This suspenseful legal thriller tells the story of Judge Larocca, who, to quote The Brothers Karamazov, 'lies to himself and listens to his own lies, so gets to the point where he can no longer distinguish the truth'. A man always looking to justify his evil and corrupt behaviour, he is perhaps an apposite metaphor for Italy itself. When he becomes the subject of corruption allegations, fellow judge Guerrieri goes against his better instincts and takes the case.

    Eventually justice will be served, though perhaps not in the most orthodox of ways.

    ©2016 Gianrico Carofiglio (P)2016 Audible, Ltd

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    Please write more of these books!

    The stories are interesting and entertaining, but the best part is Guido's conversations with himself, his ironic humour and mildy depressed, melancholic view of his life. I love escaping into Guido's thoughts! Please write more!

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    quite technical

    The story is ok, but one could almost think he wrote it for italian law students...too many legal/law details for my taste.