4 edition of The silence of the rain found in the catalog.
The silence of the rain
L. A. GarcГa-Roza
Translation of: O silêncio da chuva.
|Statement||Luiz Alfredo Garcia-Roza ; translated by Benjamin Moser.|
|LC Classifications||PQ9698.17.A745 S513 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||261 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||261|
|LC Control Number||2001051523|
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Following the signs to the cloister, she found a small, open door into the cool, peaceful space. She was drawn immediately to the lush, green grass in the central open square. There was a misty rain falling, alighting on the grass and tiled roofs so gently that it sounded like the peaceful silence of heaven being pulled down to Earth. Rain - Hone Tuwhare I can hear you making small holes in the silence rain If I were deaf the pores of my skin would open to you and shut And I should know you by the lick of you if I were blind: the steady drum-roll sound you make when the wind drops the something special smell of you when the sun cakes the ground But if I should not hear smell.
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I had high hopes for Luiz Alfredo Garcia-Roza's "The Silence of the Rain", the first book in a crime trilogy by a Brazilian author, a "distinguished academic", and "a critically acclaimed bestselling novelist".
Alas, it is a rather standard crime novel, a cross between police procedural and psychological mystery/5. The Silence of the Rain: An Inspector Espinosa Mystery Paperback – July 1, /5(22). Hurtling to a surprising and satisfying conclusion, The Silence of the Rain is an intelligent, unconventional detective novel with a distinctly Latin American flavor and a colorful, exciting locale.
In Espinosa, America is about to meet an irresistible new sleuth/5(23). The Silence of the Rain An Inspector Espinosa Mystery The silence of the rain book Espinosa Mysteries (Volume 1) Luiz Alfredo Garcia-Roza; Translated by Benjamin Moser. Picador. When two more bodies turn up, Espinosa is forced to shift the investigation into high gear before anyone else becomes a casualty.
Hurtling to a surprising and satisfying conclusion, The Silence of the Rain is an intelligent, unconventional detective novel with a distinctly Latin American flavor and a colorful, exciting locale/5(2). Hurtling to a surprising and satisfying conclusion, The Silence of the Rain is an intelligent, unconventional detective novel with a distinctly Latin American flavor and a colorful, exciting locale.
In Espinosa, America is about to meet an irresistible new sleuth. Luiz Alfredo Garcia-Roza; Translated by Benjamin Moser. the silence of the rain Luiz Alfredo Garcia-Roza, Author, Benjamin Moser, Translator, trans. from the Portuguese by Benjamin Moser. Holt $24 (p) ISBN The Silence of the Rain by Luiz Alfredo Garcia Roza.
Henry Holt and Company, New York Translated by Henry Moser. An introverted, bookish cop, Inspector Espinosa, investigates the murder of a rich executive in Rio De Janiero.
The murder weapon is not found, and the possible suspects do not have clear motives for killing the victim/5(5).
This Brazilian bestseller introduces a crime that isn’t a crime and a detective who doesn’t quite seem like a detective either. The Silence of the Rain is his first novel and was honoured in with the Nestle and Jabuti prizes - the two greatest literature prizes given in Brazil.
His most recent novel is December Heat, the second in the Espinosa series/5(20). The Silence of the Rain by Luiz Alfredo Garcia-Roza. Find similar books Profile. Extract. The ride to Tijuca was quick, but long enough for Welber to convey what little he knew.
The old lady had been killed by hanging, but a preliminary investigation hinted at something more. It had happened at lunchtime. Considering the acclaim for "The Silence of the Rain," the first in the Espinosa series to reach our shores, I had high hopes.
Sadly, this novel does not make me want to delve more into the affairs of the bookish detective. One person found this helpful out /5(17).
The silence of the rain Inspector Espinosa investigates the murder of a corporate executive found dead in his car, piecing together clues surrounding the victim's missing secretary, a life insurance policy, the victim's widow, and two additional murder victims. Add library to Favorites.
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The silence of the rain. [L A García-Roza; Benjamin Moser] -- In a parking garage in the center of Rio de Janeiro, corporate executive Ricardo Carvalho is found dead in his car, a bullet in his head. But there was silence but for the rain now.
There was no point looking outside anyway, there was nothing to see. The rain must have been coming down very hard, as it became. She thought about her mother, and the familiar sadness washed over her.
She turned away from the window. Sitting down by the lamp, she began to read a book. Find books like The Silence of the Rain from the world’s largest community of readers.
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