Equal Danger by Leonardo Sciascia

In a society where political corruption and disillusionment are rampant, a series of murders targeting high-ranking officials sends shockwaves through the establishment. A detective, known for his intelligence and integrity, is assigned to the case, only to find himself entangled in a web of intrigue that blurs the lines between justice and power. As he delves deeper into the investigation, he confronts the existential absurdity of a system that seems to protect the very forces it should be fighting against, leading to a climactic resolution that questions the very nature of truth and the role of law in a flawed society.

The 8769th greatest book of all time


Published
1971
Nationality
Italian
Type
Fiction
Pages
150-200
Words
Unknown
Original Language
Italian

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