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Flowers Over the Inferno

Ilaria Tuti

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A Teresa Battaglia thril, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), Crime & mystery, Thriller / suspense, Fiction in translation

THE FIRST INSPECTOR TERESA BATTAGLIA NOVEL

A TIMES CRIME BOOK OF THE MONTH

An idyllic village in the Alps. A legacy of sin. An evil hiding in the shadows.

POLICE INSPECTOR TERESA BATTAGLIA IS:

[ ] Too old for her job
[ ] Overweight and diabetic
[ ] Terrified
[ ] The best detective you'll ever meet
[X] ALL OF THE ABOVE

A ruthless killer is spreading panic in a quiet village in the Italian Alps.
Police Inspector Teresa Battaglia is the only one who can stop them.
But how can you catch a monster when you're slowly losing your mind?

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Praise for Flowers Over the Inferno

  • Superintendent Teresa Battaglia, a criminal profile expert, is in her sixties, overweight, lonely, diabetic, full of the ailments of ageing - and delightful. It's rare that such a character enters crime fiction for the first time, and with such gripping impact. - Marcel Berlins, The Times

  • Creepy and evocative... but what gives this novel particular appeal is the sixty-something central character, whose abrasive manner hides a warm heart - Guardian

  • Head off to the Alps with the intriguing Detective Superintendent Teresa Battaglia, an Italian police chief who is set to give Tyneside's Vera a run for her money... Exciting, ice-coated, chilling and thrilling - Lancashire Post

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Ilaria Tuti

ILARIA TUTI lives in Friuli, in the far north-eastern part of Italy. FLOWERS OVER THE INFERNO, the first book in the Teresa Battaglia trilogy, was a Times 'Crime Book of the Month' and a top 10 bestseller on publication in Italy.
Her second novel THE SLEEPING NYMPH was published in Italy in May 2019 and became a top 5 bestseller that same week. It will be published in English in summer 2020.

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