THE NIGHT HAS ANOTHER VOICE by Giuseppe Solizzi

THE NIGHT HAS ANOTHER VOICE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This thin-lipped account of another asphalt jungle has, like its central character, a mixed nationality; it was written in Italian but takes place in an anonymous American city where Diego Loina, a drifter, is hired to chaperone some Buke boxes, eventually acquires three of his own. He begins to know lust, when falls for an older, better educated woman, and fear, when he comes up against his predecessor and witnesses, with some guilt, the death of his only friend. A concentrate with an ugly twist of violence.

Pub Date: Nov. 27th, 1963
Publisher: belard-Schuman