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The Mosaic Crimes (A Dante Alighieri Mystery)

by Giulio Leoni

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Published by Harcourt .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsAnne Milano Appel (Translator)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages336
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7362613M
ISBN 100151012466
ISBN 109780151012466
OCLC/WorldCa65341163

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The Mosaic Crimes (A Dante Alighieri Mystery) by Giulio Leoni Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Mosaic Crimes, first on the Dante Alighieri Mystery series, is set in Florence in Dante Alighieri, who was to go on to write The Inferno, is Prior of Florence and must investigate the horrible deaths of two craftsmen.

The setting is skillfully drawn and the plot is intricate and intelligent. It /5. The Mosaic Crimes was actually a pretty entertaining book, considering that I believed it to be a knock-off historical version of a Dan Brown novel. The book featured a character who I have never came to know at all, Dante Alligheri, while also dumping me in the tenuous intrigue that was the 14th century/5(9).

Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Mosaic Crimes at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5. praise for the mosaic crimes "[Leoni] succeeds in building a story one can hardly put down and in re-creating a perfect picture of Dante's times."—Niccolo Ammanti, author of I'm Not Scared " Leoni's first publication in English is a well-researched labyrinth of medieval Italian history and politics."—/5(6).

Giulio Leoni has 61 books on Goodreads with ratings. Giulio Leoni’s most popular book is M-Files. 1: Gli agenti segreti di Marconi. The mosaic crimes by Giulio Leoni; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Detective and mystery stories, Fiction, Medieval Scholars, History.

Get this from a library. The mosaic crimes. [Giulio Leoni; Anne Milano Appel] -- Florence, June The body of an artist is discovered next to the mosaic he had almost completed. Dante Alighieri, the newly appointed prior of the city of Florence (and the man who will one day.

THE MOSAIC CRIMES. by Giulio Leoni & translated by Anne M. Appel. Kirkus Reviews Issue: Nov. 15th, More Fiction & Literature > More Mystery Thriller > Questions. Call us. our editors select the one author and one book they believe to be most worthy of your attention and highlight them in our Pro Connect email alert.

Mosaic is a murder mystery by Steven Soderbergh, producer Casey Silver, and writer Ed Solomon, published via was released in two forms: as an iOS/Android mobile app and as a television drama.

The app works like an interactive movie; while the user cannot affect the plot, they can choose from which perspective the same plot is viewed, and learn different facets of or: Steven Soderbergh. The Mosaic Crimes Giulio Leoni, Author, Anne Milano Appel, Translator, trans.

from the Italian by Anne Milano Appel. Harcourt $25 (p) ISBN This article uncritically uses texts from within a religion or faith system without referring to secondary sources that critically analyze them.

Please help improve this article by adding references to reliable secondary sources, with multiple points of view. (February ) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). Wrongs and crimes Victor Tadros £70, OUP 'No readable book could consider all issues relevant to the scope of criminal law.

This unreadable book does not. "The Mosaic Crimes" by Giulio Leoni, translated by Anne Milano Appel; Harcourt ($25) ___ The great medieval poet Dante Alighieri would seem an unlikely gumshoe.

He certainly proves to be an unusual one in Giulio Leoni's novel "The Mosaic Crimes," which itself is. Carte Postale Ancienne Detalle del Salon de los Mosaicos Details of the Mosaic Saloom Ruinas de Mitla Mexico Mexique and a great selection of related books, art. THE MOSAIC CRIMES is a beautifully written book as it describes what 14th century Florence looked like to Dante.

The readers feel the heat and crowded vibrancy of the city, both during the daylight and the dark night hours. We also learn about the power of the Church and the rules that oppressed the people at that time, including the Inquisition.

Since the Mosaic law orders the death penalty for crimes such as cursing one’s parents (Ex. ), Sabbath-breaking (), and homosexuality (Lev. ), we might think that judges in ancient Israel executed everyone who worked on the Sabbath, dishonored their parents, or committed sexual sin. The setting of this mystery is certainly engaging; however, the plot fails to live up to its potential as the protagonist, Dante Alighieri (future author of The Divine Comedy) is faced with the murder of an artisan, a mosaicist working on an enigmatic design at the site of a future college.

InFlorence, Italy is seething with political unrest, warring factions (the Whites and the Blacks. Buy The Mosaic Crimes Reprint by Leoni, Giulio, Appel, Anne Milano (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.2/5(1).

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The War of Return, a recent book by Adi Schwartz and Einat Wilf, dismantles this myth, arguing that the issue that above all motivates the ongoing Arab war against Israel is the claim that descendants of Palestinian refugees from the War of Independence have a right to “return,” not to a Palestinian state, but to a Jewish one.

The Mosaic law establishes the death penalty for a number of crimes. Not every violation of the 10 commandments was a capital crime (theft, for instance, required restitution), but the death penalty is given for some form of nearly all the 10 commandments (like much of what follows, this chart is drawn, with modifications, from an essay by.Buy a cheap copy of The Third Heaven Conspiracy book by Giulio Leoni.

For fans of Dan Brown's Inferno, a sensational Italian thriller starring Dante Alighieri as lead detective. Florence, In a disused church on the outskirts of Free shipping over $/5(3). America’s civil and criminal justice systems are grounded on the Mosaic Code. The Law, contained in the Torah’s Books of Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy, pre-dates Roman laws and is the first to incorporate humanism and the democratic spirit into a written Judicial code.