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It’s 1942 and Rocco Raven, an intrepid auto mechanic turned corporal from Brooklyn, has arrived in Malta, a Mediterranean island of Neolithic caves, Copper Age temples, and fortresses. The island is under siege, full of smoke and rubble, caught in the magnesium glare of German and Italian bombs. But nothing is as it seems on Malta.
Nicholas Rinaldi, geb. 1934, ist ein renommierter amerikanischer Dichter und Romanautor. “Much to enjoy…Rinaldi has tremendous fun evoking the rich cultural pudding that was Malta in 1942, its weird combination of superstition, fatalism and grafted-on anglophilia, of ricotta and stiff upper lip.” (Patrick Gale, Daily Telegraph) (33 Rezensionen / 4,1 Sterne), 368 Seiten noch günstig?