November 17, 2016 posted by Unity Wellington

Lunchtime Event | Giancarlo de Cataldo author of Romanzo Criminale in conversation with Paul Thomas | Tuesday 29th November 12-12:45pm | In-store at Unity Books

Unity Books & Istituto Italiano di Cultura warmly invite you to our lunchtime event
with writer Giancarlo de Cataldo, in discussion with Paul Thomas, about his book

Romanzo Criminale


In-store at Unity Books
57 Willis Street, Wellington

Giancarlo de Cataldo lives in Rome, where he works as a magistrate, and is a successful writer, translator, essayist, journalist, and scriptwriter for theatre, cinema, TV and radio.

Paul Thomas is a prolific writer who has written numerous novels, select sports biographies and a collection of short stories. He is the author of the successful Tito Ihaka crime series.

First published in Italy in 2002, and translated into English in 2015, Romanzo Criminale is inspired by true events and tells the story of three close friends who hijack the organised crime scene in Rome in the 1970s. As well as being a forceful crime narrative, it is also a chronicle of Italy’s Years of Lead, a period of upheaval when terrorism, organised crime and political corruption went hand in hand.

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