London to the present day. The wife of a powerful and talked banker dies but, a year after her death, the lady's children claim to have seen the ghost wandering around the villa.
It is a matter of fact? It's a nightmare? Is there something murky about it?
It will be up to Ernest Devon, a former Scotland Yard police officer now private investigator and his friend Roni, to solve the intricate case, which develops between blackmail, suspicion and a heinous murder.
In the background, the protagonist's personal sentimental story unfolds, defending his impossible love for his ex-wife with tender obstinacy.
Francesco Macaluso: "Elton Varfi makes you sink into a thrilling thrill, then takes you by the hand and takes you into the world of the highest feelings, floods you with love and then takes you back into the rhythm and suspense of the story.
The reader passes without realizing it from the yellow part to the pink part and vice versa, he finds himself in a conjecture that should lead to the solution of the mystery and then find himself immersed in passion, in a movement that knows no rips.
Thus, when we float in a sea of feelings, we find ourselves again without realizing it next to those who want to find a solution to the mystery. The reader may be annoyed, but the shift from one dimension to another is unaware.
Yellow with intense rhythm, to read in one night. Final at all obvious, indeed surprising. The book leaves room for a sequel that we hope to read as soon as possible. "
Biography of Elton Varfi
The author Elton Varfi (Durazzo 1977) lives and works in Palermo. Passionate about the horror and detective genre. Occam's razor is his second book. His first yellow book, Margaret Houg's ghost , has been translated into Spanish and English.
From the 2009 to the 2012 he was the administrator of the blog The enigma of the Albanian language, available at http://eltonvarfi.blogspot.com/