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Before Detective Salvo Montalbano became the seasoned and mature chief detective we already know, he was just Salvo, new to Vigata and new to being a police chief. He didnt always live in that glorious house by the sea, or have Deputy Chief Mimi Augello as a best friend, or Fazio as a loyal assistant. He didnt always go out with the beautiful Genoese architect, Livia Burlando. Perhaps the only constants have been his unbridled quest for good food and the inability of his overly enthusiastic deputy, Catarella, to pronounce anyones name correctly. In this prequel series to Detective Montalbano, watch the genesis of the friendships, the rivalries and the romance as the players arrive to take their places in the beautiful Sicilian town of Vigata.
THE MAN WHO FOLLOWED FUNERALS
A man respected by all, who for years has shown up as a mourner at the funerals of strangers, is found brutally murdered in the street. His death seems inexplicable, until the disappearance of a woman linked to his former employer gives Montalbano his first lead. Meanwhile, Livia has come to visit, but her behavior is erratic and Salvo starts to suspect that something may be wrong.
ROOM NUMBER TWO
A fire at a local hotel results in a man's death and is suspected to have been arson. Shortly after the fire, an anonymous letter arrives at headquarters, warning of the impending murder of a married woman at the hands of her jealous husband. A hunch leads Montalbano to search for a link between the seemingly disparate events.
DEATH ON THE HIGH SEAS
Montalbano investigates the seemingly accidental killing of a fisherman aboard a Vigata fishing boat and uncovers far-reaching criminal activity. During the investigation, Fazio seems distracted and Montalbano soon discovers that the young policeman has become involved in protecting a local family from death threats during his spare time.
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Upplagd i sortimentet: 15 augusti, 2016