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Aurelio Zen is a delight. His own foibles in life are woven into solving 'the mystery.'Published 4 months ago by William S. Fraley
I usually enjoy these Zen books. This one is too cynical for mePublished 4 months ago by M. Roosegaarde Biss
Little time to really enjoy them but I am sure I will once the time becomes availablePublished 9 months ago by Hertzel Grotch
was all over the place...story line not interesting...worst of the lotPublished 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
After reading other Aurelio Zen police stories I found this one lacking and boring. I kept reading hoping it would improve. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Marta R. Mejia-zampieri
I have read and enjoyed nearly all the Zen stories but this was a disappointment to me.
As others have said, this is a sort-of operatic/slapstick comedy in book form but since... Read more
I am not sure what moved Michael Dibdin to write this book. Unlike the other Aurelio Zen mysteries, this novel combines murder and mayhem with knockabout comedy. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Richard Condon à Bruxelles
Dibdin wrote his Aurelio Zen series in different Italian locales and different moods. This is one of his funniest; a send off of TV chefs, corrupt Italian soccer, Zens conjugal... Read morePublished 15 months ago by E F Christian Weise