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The Namesake (Commissario Alec Blume 3) by Conor Fitzgerald (@ConorFitzgerld) for £1.29! #Amazon UK Kindle Daily Deal! @BloomsburyBooks

Hey, Amazon UK Kindlers, you get your own special Kindle Daily Deal too!

Each day we will unveil one book in the Kindle Daily Deal at a specially discounted price–for that day only. Deals go live at midnight and ends 23:59 the same day.

And the new deal is…

The Namesake (Commissario Alec Blume 3) by Conor Fitzgerald

The Namesake (Commissario Alec Blume 3)‘ by Conor Fitzgerald (Bloomsbury Publishing) is now available at the specially discounted price of £1.29 on the UK Kindle site. The US Kindle edition is priced at $6.15 (Bloomsbury USA).

Book Description

The disappearance of Matteo Arconti, an innocent insurance man from Milan, is no mistake. That much becomes clear when his body is discovered mere feet away from the office of another Matteo Arconti–a court magistrate known for his close scrutiny of mafia movements.

This namesake killing broadcasts a clear message of defiance and intimidation from a powerful crime syndicate. But whom, exactly, is the murder intended to intimidate?

Commissario Alec Blume thinks he knows who’s behind it all–Italy’s most efficient and secretive mafia, the Ndrangheta, whose principals have operated untouchably from Germany for years. This is Blume’s chance to lure the arrogant mafiosi out of their hiding place.

As a personal friend of Judge Arconti, however, Blume is too close to the case to formally investigate. Handing control over to his partner, Caterina Mattiola, he willingly takes a backseat–that is, until he decides to speed things up and secretly falsifies a mob wife’s confession.

This plan forces Blume into an electrifying chase across Italy, from Naples to Calabria. As he races to right his wrongs and save innocent lives, Commissario Blume must ask himself whether he has finally gone too far…

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