By Andrea Camilleri
From the world over bestselling writer Andrea Camilleri, an excellent, bawdy comedy that would shock even the main die-hard Montalbano fans
In Eighteen Eighties Vigàta, a stranger involves city to open a pharmacy. Fofò seems to be the son of a guy mythical for having a magic backyard stocked with vegetation, culmination, and greens which could healing any ailment—a guy who used to be came upon murdered years in the past. Fofò escaped, yet now has reappeared trying to make his fortune and shortly unearths himself combined up within the dealings of a philandering neighborhood marchese set on generating an heir.
An absurd, quirky homicide secret that remembers the main hilarious and farcical scenes of Shakespeare and The Canterbury Tales, Hunting Season will introduce American readers to a fresh new element of 1 of our best-loved writers.
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