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This review is from: And Then You Die (An Aurelio Zen Mystery) (Paperback)Perhaps in my sub-consious Zen was dead.
How wrong could I have been.
He's back stronger, more cynical and as crafty as a fox.
Dibdin leads us, addicted, into Zen's paranoid mind, as our beloved hero is swept around the world, a trail of corpses in his wake.
To the land to which so many of his compatriotes had gone in search of a dream, America, he waits his summons to appears as a star witness in a Mafia trial.
An enormously enjoyable read.
Silly me, isn't he always ?