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By Marco Malvaldi
On the Bar Lume, in a small coastal hotel close to Livorno, among photographs of coffee and palms of playing cards, 4 old-timers and Massimo, the barman, wile away the time chatting, arguing, and theorizing concerning the homicide of a tender girl of their town.
The girl's physique was once present in a dumpster bin at the fringe of city. The victim's now notoriously licentious way of life has everybody pondering that her demise had anything to do with the area of drug trafficking and hazardous intercourse that she inhabited. The major suspects within the case are of the girl's nightlife affiliates. yet out of affection of gossip and simply to move the time, the crowd of outdated neighbors on the Bar Lume start to pull the case to items, forcing the Barman Massimo into the function of beginner sleuth.
Here is a victory for pensioners! The 4 old-timers research the crime and the suspects, contextualizing either, and within the method placed a comic book spin on their frequently narrow-minded buddies. From this "investigation," in Malvadi's full of life and colourful prose, emerges a desirable photograph of existence in a small city that, for all its faults, stubbornly resists the devastation of senseless worldwide tourism.
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