Category Archives: Augusto de Angelis

Period Crime, Italian Style: The Murdered Banker by Augusto de Angelis (1935)

It is a truth universally aknowledged (in Agatha Christie that is), that an Italian man or woman, when faced with tribulation, will become hysterical, violent and likely to indulge in murder.  However unlikely it is that this character is actually … Continue reading

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