Death at La Fenice - Chapters 10-11 Summary & Analysis

Donna Leon
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Chapters 10-11 Summary

Chapter 10 begins as Brunetti leaves the Wellauers' apartment. The city has grown dark. He ponders Wellauer's character. Brunetti thinks of Paola's titled and wealthy parents, Count and Countess Falier. Paola's parents make Brunetti uncomfortable, and he typically only visits their mansion on holidays. However, when he gets home, Brunetti asks his wife if they can go to a party her parents are giving. He wants to speak with people in the dead conductor's circle, to find out information. After first questioning her husband then cajoling him into wearing a suit to the party, Paola agrees to ask for an invitation.

In Chapter 11, Brunetti arrives at the office the next day. The lab reports are finally back. Only Wellauer's fingerprints are on the coffee cup. There are too many prints in the room overall to be of any use. Brunetti reads the...

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