Series: Inspector Montalbano

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Montalbano's First Case by Andrea CamilleriShort story Prequel
The Shape of Water by Andrea Camilleri1
The Snack Thief by Andrea Camilleri3
The Voice of the Violin by Andrea Camilleri4
Excursion to Tindari by Andrea Camilleri5
The Smell of the Night by Andrea Camilleri6
Rounding the Mark by Andrea Camilleri7
The Patience of the Spider by Andrea Camilleri8
The Paper Moon by Andrea Camilleri9
The Wings of the Sphinx by Andrea Camilleri11
The Track of Sand by Andrea Camilleri12
The Potter's Field by Andrea Camilleri13
The Age of Doubt by Andrea Camilleri14
The Dance of the Seagull by Andrea Camilleri15
The Treasure Hunt by Andrea Camilleri16
Acqua in bocca by Andrea Camilleri17
Angelica's Smile by Andrea Camilleri18
Un mese con Montalbano by Andrea CamilleriShort stories
Gli arancini di Montalbano by Andrea CamilleriShort stories
La paura di Montalbano by Andrea CamilleriShort stories
La finestra sul cortile by Andrea CamilleriShort story
The Shape of Water; The Terracotta Dog by Andrea CamilleriOmnibus Bks 1 & 2
Inspector Montalbano: Volume 1 (DVD) by Alberto SironiTV Series Episodes 1-5
Detective Montalbano: Episodes 7-9 (DVD) by Alberto SironiTV Series Episodes 7-9

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