Welcome to June and our newest Whodunit Bookology Detective - Commissario Guido Brunetti, created by Donna Leon. The 28 book detective series takes place in Venice, where Leon resided for thirty years before moving to Switzerland.
There are a number of ways to complete the bookology challenge, including but not limited, to the suggestions below:
Read the first book in the series.
Read one book per letter in the character's first or last name.
Read one book per letter in the author's first or last name.
If you're really ambitious, one book per letter in the character's first and last name.
Follow in a character's footsteps and read a book set in the country or time period of the character.
Follow in the author's footsteps and read a book set in their place or time of birth.
Learn more about Donna Leon and why she became an Eco-Detective writer, an American in Venice, her deadly fascination with Venice, and Discovering Venice with Donna Leon.
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Read “Thinking in Numbers” by Daniel Tammett. This is a delightful collection of essays by a mathematical savant with high functioning autism. He provides penetrating insights into the world through the prism of numbers, revealing the humanity of mathematics and making mathematics wonderfully accessible to the lay reader.ReplyDelete