Short but not that sweet,
This review is from: Water-Blue Eyes (Paperback)
Disheartened inspector Leo caldas investigates the horrible killing of a young saxofonist with his temperamental subordinate Estévez in this atmospheric, but not that exciting, murder mystery.
The writing is good and the descriptions of location and characters are great, but I kept having to re-read passages as my mind wandered because the mystery itself just wasn't compelling enough to keep me interested for long.
A quick read and a good travel mystery, but needed a bit more oomph