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Guido Brunetti and his team of fellow officers investigate a murdered man—a veterinarian who moonlighted inspecting animals and meat at a slaughterhouse. ‘Beastly things’ is a good title that has more to do with how some people live their lives than about animals. One will either think of eating meat much more carefully or rush to the humane society to give an abandoned pet a home after reading Leon’s well-thought-out mystery. It’s another good book; beautiful rambles through Venice are always a bonus.
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Paolo's husband; investigating the death of an unidentified man found in a canal; discovers the man was suffering from a rare, disfiguring disease.
Guido's wife; professor of English literature.