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I gave myself only two weeks to read the book, and I wished, at the end, that I had more.
There is also a good indepth depiction of what this investigaor is thinking during his investigations and the complications of his personal life.
The author is able to fully flesh out complex characters, as well as develop an intense procedural plot.
Too bad there were only 4-5 books in the series. Came in great condition.Published 1 month ago by Stuart E. Forster
One of the best series of books out - Inspector Javier Falcon is tied in second place in my opinion with Aurelio Zen and just behind the outstanding Guido Brunetti.Published 6 months ago by colombiankitty
I've enjoyed all this author's books and looked forward to his latest. At first I was a bit disappointed as it did not seem to have the engaging punch that I remembered. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Angelo Diretto
Not up to Robert Wilson's normal high standard. This one seemed to get bogged down in police procedure very early and never emerged. Read morePublished 10 months ago by GibyJ
Inspector Jefe is one of the all time great characters. You have to love this guy. He's a sophisticated Columbo.Published 13 months ago by Richard Newton
Here's the deal, writers. No one wants to read about what a sexual stud your characters are, is is boring and, quite honestly, embarassing. Read morePublished 17 months ago by MMMouse
This is a good book. It can't compare to A Small Death in Lisbon though. I'm a huge fan of Robert Wilson but this isn't his best book.Published 17 months ago by Richard Newton