Sat 28 April 2012, The Times

The Namesake by Conor Fitzgerald

By Marcel Berlins
Conor Fitzgerald is an Irish writer whose hero, Commissario Alec Blume, was an American who happened to become an orphan in Rome (his parents were murdered there) and stayed. The Namesak e’s title refers to the killing of a senior insurance company official, Matteo Arconti, and the dumping of his...
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