Librairies Boyer Ltée.
Privacy is a foreign word in supino

* Le produit peut différer de l'image

Privacy is a foreign word in supino

Par :

Editeur : Inanna Publications

Numéro de produit : 9781771339636

ISBN : 9781771339636

19,99 $

Les livres numériques seront disponibles pour télécharger dès votre paiement effectué.

* Prix en dollar canadien. Taxes et livraison en sus.

Retour à la liste des produits

The village of Supino looks as sleepy as the opening shot of an old black and white Fellini film. At the newspaper office, Bianca stumbles into a job meant for someone else and a new advice column, Ask Minerva, is born. Soon everyone is engaged in trying to discover the mystery columnist's identity as well as the identity of her correspondents.

Seven years have passed since Rosa's husband's disappearance and now he's been declared legally dead. And her secret lover (that all the villagers know about) wants to marry her. Bravo! Except Rosa is uncertain and when she's uncertain she tends to run away. That's why she's taken her son Carlito to Venice for a week. As Rosa's relationship unravels, Carlito does some unraveling of his own and inches closer to uncovering the mystery of his father's identity. Back in the village, Rosa's best friend Assunta is lonely. Perhaps that?s why Assunta falls so quickly and naively for Enzo, the smooth-talking bottle cap salesman.

Every villager, from the hairdresser to the barman and each one in between, has an opinion on Bianca's column, Ask Minerva! The young hairdresser's assistant has trouble with her marriage to a man with a wandering eye, not to mention other body parts, and at the Kennedy Bar, the men gather to laugh over the columnist, Ask Minerva's advice until they begin to realize that it's their wives who are requesting the advice.

Produits similaires