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|Title||:||Any Four Women Could Rob the Bank of Italy|
|Number of Pages||:||291 Pages|
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Any Four Women Could Rob the Bank of Italy Reviews
Two women, screenwriters, come up with this idea that "any four women could rob the Bank of Italy" because women are virtually invisible in Italy. In developing the idea, they shift it to a train robbery, flesh out the details and before long they are acting out their drama. It's a caper worthy of the screen, and I wish a movie would be made of it. Small town in Tuscany, locals and Americans and Brits. A bit of slapstick and Bob's your uncle. Sandra Bullock, this one is for you.
Four expat American and English women, living in Tuscany, Italy, collaborate on writing a screenplay about a train robbery. But when they decide to take action on their musings, the hilarity begins.Since women are considered innocent of notorious crimes (except for crimes of passion), the four watch in amusement as the police search for Italian macho men with dubious reputations. Will these clever women get caught? Not telling. This is a hilarious book. It is an oldie (1983) but a goodie.
Sorry - couldn't get through it. It is a flashback to a robbery committed by local expats. Her arch, almost coy, way of writing was really irritating despite the verisimilitude of all the details she adds in. The whole thing made me dislike Italy when I have really enjoyed my visits there. It also made me dislike the expats who live there!
The only excuse I have for spending my time reading this was that I took it to hospital as an undemanding read while I waited my turn for the knife. By the time they wheeled me in, I was glad to see the back of it.
Didn't finish this book either - - I seem to be flaking out on books!
The premise is great. The writing not so much. The big question...if you commit the perfect crime what happens when friend is arrested a charged with your crime?
Sadly, the best thing this book has going for it is its title.
Three and a half stars, really. A very fun read.
A quick read at the beach.