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Death on a Galician Shore. by Domingo Villar
Death on a Galician Shore. by Domingo Villar
One misty autumn dawn in a quiet fishing port in northwest Spain, the body of a sailor washes up in the harbour. Detective Inspector Leo Caldas is called in from police headquarters in the nearby city of Vigo to sign off on what appears to be a suicide. But details soon come to light that turn this routine matter into a complex murder investigation. Finding out the truth is not easy when the villagers are so suspicious of outsiders. As Caldas delves into the maritime life of the village, he uncovers a disturbing decade-old case of a shipwreck and two mysterious disappearances. Death on a Galician Shore is a chilling story of violence, blackmail and revenge that has enthralled readers across Europe...

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Grand Hotel Continental suite
Grand Hotel Continental suite
Grand Hotel Continental features 51 rooms and suites, most of which have a wonderful view over the rooftops of Siena, the Duomo, or of Piazza Salimbeni with the marvellous palace of the Monte dei Paschi di Siena Bank. Suites are approximately 50 sq.m with period furniture, luxury fabrics, antique ceramics and a Travertine stone bathroom.
Grand Hotel 8920
Grand Hotel 8920
Grand Hotel Scarborough. Said to have been designed with the year - four towers (seasons), 12 floors (months) 365 rooms (days) etc. Scarborough Grand Hotel October 2010

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Mahler: Das Lied von der Erde
Eiji Oue has been getting great press since he became music director of the Minnesota Orchestra. This brand new recording of Mahler's Das Lied von der Erde gives us an idea why. The crystal-clear audiophile recording allows us to hear all of Mahler's colors--just listen, in the first song, as the mood ranges from exhilaration over the joys of life and the perfect blue sky to the howling ape. One of the great things about this set is Oue's willingness to let the orchestra loose, here and elsewhere. Jon Villars sounds as if he's at the start of a fine tenorial career--the voice is big and bright, with almost no sense of strain, even at Mahler's cruel climaxes. But the true find here is mezzo Michelle DeYoung, who sings with a warmth and communication reminiscent of Christa Ludwig (although their actual sounds could not be more different). Her "Abschied" ends hypnotically, as it should, but without exaggeration. This is a wonderful set, performed with intelligence and feeling, and it should rise to the top of any list of superb Das Lieds on the market. --Robert Levine

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