He is a character from another age: he venerates the traditional gods in a society where Christianity has permeated all layers of society and, despite prevailing in the inevitable clash with his cousin, is destined to be overwhelmed by the irresistible flow of events. Andrea Frediani was born in Rome in His works have been translated into six languages.
He has discovered that someone is trying to prevent the publication of the third volume of a successful trilogy, which denounces with alarming precision the intrigues of the increasingly powerful neo-Fascist party. The author is Luc Ravel, a mysterious author whom no one has ever seen. Ozouf investigates and discovers that Ravel is the holder of a dangerous secret: he is a descendant of Nostradamus, and possesses the same gift for clairvoyance.
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Especially for Flavio, who certainly cannot return to the comfortable life he had enjoyed before. And what he decides to do is extremely dangerous He has also contributed short stories to the anthologies Estate in giallo, Giallo Natale, Delitti di Ferragosto, Delitti di Capodanno, Delitti in vacanza and Sette delitti sotto la neve. A karate black belt and a tai ki kung instructor, he has been since his childhood a practitioner of the martial arts he describes in his novels. They mean to kill her. It is an ordinary working day when the lawyer Anna Ferrari receives this phone call from a stranger.
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