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e-Book Betrayal in Naples download

by NEIL GRIFFITHS

ISBN: 0141019026
ISBN13: 978-0141019024
Language: English
Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd; Export e. edition (2004)
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Neil Griffith's Betrayal in Naples is a stylish and erotic literary thriller that will appeal to fans of Graham Greene. An edgy romance and an excellent study in paranoia' Daily Telegraph. Jim Wolf is abandoned in a Naples back street by a taxi driver.

Neil Griffith's Betrayal in Naples is a stylish and erotic literary thriller that will appeal to fans of Graham Greene. This is not what he came to the city for. But he's soon found by Louisa - an ex-lover never quite forgotten - now married. Neil Griffith's Betrayal in Naples is a stylish and erotic literary thriller that will appeal to fans of Graham Greene.

Betrayal in Naples delivers - suspense, sexuality, danger and all of the dark shadows and emotional thrills of life in. .

Betrayal in Naples delivers - suspense, sexuality, danger and all of the dark shadows and emotional thrills of life in Italy's most intriguing city. The story is about a burnt-out English tourist whose three-day holiday in Naples turns into a month's sustained encounter with love, crime, dysfunction and death. Like Naples itself, the novel gets under your skin. It's a wonderful read.

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бесплатно, без регистрации и без смс. An edgy romance and an excellent study in paranoia' Daily TelegraphJim Wolf is abandoned in a Naples back street by a taxi driver. But he's soon found by Louisa - an ex-lover never quite forgotten - now married to a charismatic Neapolitan judge

Jim Wolf is abandoned in a Naples back street by a taxi driver.

Jim Wolf is abandoned in a Naples back street by a taxi driver.

Find similar books Profile. Halfway up the steps beside the Post Office I risk another look behind me; I have a clear view about sixty yards up Via Santa Maria la Nova. I can't see him, but then he could be obscured by the sudden crowd of Neapolitans taking their lunch break. I run to the top of the steps and scan the whole area.

Neil Griffiths (novelist) - Neil Griffiths is a British novelist. His first novel, Betrayal in Naples, won the Author s Club First Novel Award, and Saving Caravaggio was shortlisted for the best novel in the Costa Book Awards, formerly known as th. literature - /lit euhr euh cheuhr, choor, li treuh /, n. 1. writings in which expression and form, in connection with ideas of permanent and universal interest, are characteristic or essential features, as poetry, novels, history, biography, and essays.

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Griffiths and Wincott skillfully use Naples, with its forbidding mystery, constant traffic, and old enmities, as a major character in the story. The unexpected climax will leave listeners surprised but satisfied. Library Ed., Recorded Books/ Clipper Audio, 2007.

Jim Wolf came to Naples looking for a weekend of relaxation and possibly a little romance. His ordinary holiday is about to take an erotic, dangerous turn for the worst.
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Betrayal in Naples delivers -- suspense, sexuality, danger and all of the dark shadows and emotional thrills of life in Italy's most intriguing city. The story is about a burnt-out English tourist whose three-day holiday in Naples turns into a month's sustained encounter with love, crime, dysfunction and death. Like Naples itself, the novel gets under your skin. It's a wonderful read.

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Jim Wolf was a thirty five year old psychologist by profession he was about to start a new job in the following week. Still feeling a little strung out from his previous job he decided what he needed was a holiday but lacking in time it would have to be a long weekend break instead, maybe just enough time to clear his head. This sounded like a great idea and the only question left was where? Jim was use to planning his holiday's aboard in advance but this was different something done on a whim he would grab a cheap flight off the internet from the UK to Naples Italy, why Naples? why not? a little adventure just turn up and take off.

Arriving in the City alone at first he was feeling ill but after a day he runs into an ex-lover Louisa who his never quite forgotten unfortunately for Jim she was now married to a very charismatic Neapolitan judge, Alessandro. Louisa introduces them and the three become very close friends. As turn of events move quickly Jim decides to stay on in Naples longer than expected, Louisa and her husband are only to happy to make sure that he enjoys himself while there. Jim is offered a chance to watch Alessandro work in court it was a high profile case, very public full of intrigue. It's not long before Jim becomes seduced by the beauty and danger of this unpredictable city, where betrayal - of a lover, of a friend, of oneself, a single gesture, an unspoken code could also condemn you.

This book was suggested to me and I was not disappointed, I love a mystery thriller that involves psychology and this is a prime example of paranoia and irrational ideas on many levels. It shows the adrenaline rush of the city of Naples and also the threatening side. A lot in the book is based on consequence and turn of events, but it did reflect a different city and it's complexes of culture.

The only draw back for me was one of three main characters Jim Wolf himself, at first he was fine but about half way through I'd already written him off he was just to annoying for words, for a psychologist and his age, why and how could he be so naïve.

The author Neil Griffiths did a fantastic Job everywhere else; especially with certain mannerism and gestures, my favourite character in this novel was the Judge (Alessandro) in my eyes an Interesting, charming, complex character. The court case was well set and well researched you can clearly see Griffiths had help on this front from the right people in the city, it all seemed very authentic and for me fascinating. Naples itself has been vividly described, tourists who have already been will remember certain places and know directly what Griffiths has relayed to us, tourists who are about to go will find this all quite helpful. The writing itself of the whole book was wonderful and lead me to read on, I loved the way this book weaves together, very seductive.

I already have in my possession Neil Griffins second novel - Saving Caravaggio, once again set in Italy, If this last novel is anything to go by I've left myself wide open for an intriguing seduction in words.

A.Bowhill

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