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Aurelio Zen is still adjusting to his new situation in Rome, not quite ‘one of the boys’ and knowing he has a keen rival in one of his colleagues. He’s sent to Sardinia to put together evidence that will implicate another person, thus freeing a politically savvy suspect, in a murder. Zen enters dangerous territory but, of course, solves the crime and may have found someone to love as the book comes to a close. This is my introduction to the late English writer Michael Dibdin’s work. I am reading--my own, not library copy--because the first three Aurelio Zen mysteries will be PBS Masterpiece Mysteries this summer . Actor Rufus Sewell plays Zen, in my mind, a perfect choice. It’s a good mystery.
posted Jun 3, 2011 at 2:44PM
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Intuitive; works for the government ministry in Rome.