by Paolo Roversi
Author and journalist Paolo Roversi has written treatments for Tv series and short films and is also the founder and director of the Nebbia Gialla Suzzara Noir Festival and the web portal Milano Nera. Here he has turned out a suspenseful crime story that plays out between Milan and the Bassa, in areas at the mercy of drug dealers, ruthless criminals and even terrorists, where enemies from the past step out of the shadows to enact their revenge.
Novelist, journalist and screenwriter Paolo Roversi lives in Milan. In 2015, he published the diptych Città rossa, two novels about the history of crime in Milan in the 1960s, 70s and 80s: Milano criminale and Solo il tempo di morire, published by Marsilio. His series featuring the reporter and hacker Enrico Radeschi was also published by Marsilio and consists of La confraternita delle ossa (2016), Blue Tango (2018), Cartoline dalla fine del mondo (2018), La mano sinistra del diavolo (2019), Alle porte della notte (2019), Niente baci alla francese (paperback edition 2020), and L’uomo della pianura (paperback edition 2020). In 2020 his novel Psychokiller, published by SEM, won the Giorgio Scerbanenco Readers’ Award.