Un po' di follia in primavera

(A Little Madness in the Spring)

Casa Editrice Longanesi&C., September 2016, pp.350

over 1 million copies sold, 45 editions.

Alice Allevi: funnier, clumsier, more intuitive and ironic than ever. A successful mix of crime story, romance and comedy.

A very successful TV series based on these novels has been produced by Endemol and broadcasted by RAI 1.

The comeback of the pathologist who has charmed thousands of readers, and become a literary phenomenon.

A particularly unusual crime weapon and a victim who is well known in academic circles are the ingredients of a new and impervious investigation by the aspiring pathologist Alice Allevi. Luckily for once her work difficulties will not affect her sentimental life because, yes, Alice has finally made a choice…But has she made the right one?

Casa Editrice Longanesi&C., September 2016, pp.350

  • “An incredible talent. A thriller which wins you over right from the first page… great psychological tension
    and a fast-paced rhythm. It will keep you up all night!”

    Jeffrey Deaver

  • “The plot is engaging, the style lively. You smile, you laugh, and you can’t put it down.”

    Alicia Gimenez- Bartlett

  • “The rhythm of the book is, as always, fun, lively, and has the right dose of suspense.”

    La Repubblica

  • “The plot is tight-knit, the writing quick and ironic, this is a well constructed series.”

    ttL, La Stampa

Rights Sold

Rights of the series have been sold to: France: Presses de la Cité/Place des éditeurs; Germany: Carl’s Book/Random House; Japan: Nishimura; Poland: Jaguar; Spain: Suma/Santillana; Serbia: Evro-Giunti; Turkey: Ilgi.

Alessia Gazzola

Alessia Gazzola was born in Sicily in 1982. She has a degree in Medicine and has been specialising in Legal Medicine. L’Allieva (The Apprentice, 2010) was her debut novel and the first title of  a bestseling series. Thanks to the mix of suspense and irony, and to its endearing protagonist, the aspiring pathologist Alice Allevi, the series was an instant bestseller.

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