Death at La Fenice - Chapters 12-13 Summary & Analysis

Donna Leon
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Chapters 12-13 Summary

In Chapter 12, Brunetti and his wife Paola arrive at her parents' mansion, Palazzo Falier. They are greeted by Paola's parents, the count and countess. Paola's father has made some phone calls in the business world and tells Brunetti that the total estate is around 10 million German marks, divided equally between his children and wife in his will. Wellauer tried to call his lawyers a couple of weeks prior to his death, but he left no message and never called back. When Brunetti asks what the count found out about Wellauer's personal life, the count is shocked at the question and ends the conversation. Brunetti returns to his wife, who leads him to a college friend of hers whom she believes will have all the gossip, Demetriano Padovani, an art critic for the major communist paper.

Paola knows Padovani familiarly as Dami...

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