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Sleeping Dogs

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sleepingdogs200Set in and around the Adriatic region, Sleeping Dogs sees Maltese lawyer Spike Sanguinetti tackles another murder case. The action steers back and forth between Corfu and the mysterious and seldom-travelled highways and byways of nearby Albania. Sanguinetti is drawn in to defend a native Corfiote who is being framed for a murder on a millionaire’s estate. When the Albanian girl who was going to be his witness goes missing, Sanguinetti and his partner Jessica Navarro must take their chances and track her down in what still is one of the region’s most enigmatic and potentially dangerous countries. Clicking the link takes you to the full review of Sleeping Dogs.


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