The list author says: "These delightful books are so character-driven (with Venice itself as one of the principal characters), that I think you'll enjoy them and their character development most if you can read them in something close to chronological order.
Also check out German television's Brunetti series, now available here on DVD with English subtitles. Also, the author's two book/CD collaborations with the baroque ensemble Il Complesso Barocco: "Handel's Bestiary: In Search of Animals in Handel's Operas" (2011), and "Venetian Curiosities" (2012). She also has written a baroque-related stand-alone novel, "The Jewels of Paradise" (2012)."
"1 story with 2 titles and 3 versions: US book title: "Dressed for Death." British book title "The Anonymous Venetian," which is also used by German TV for their first subtitled Brunetti series DVD. All available here on US Amazon. Here's where Signorina Elettra makes her first appearance."
"Commissario Brunetti mystery # 10. # 11 in the series (which some versions title WILLFUL BEHAVIOR, and others WILFUL BEHAVIOR), was out of print and not available when this list was originally compiled and I can't seem to find a way to insert it here without losing this one, now temporarily (I assume) our of stock. Sorry about that."