2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
An intriguing story, but the reading style was a little hardgoing in places.,
This review is from: Aurelio Zen: A Long Finish (Aurelio Zen Mysteries (AudioGo)) (Audio CD)
Customer review from the Amazon Vine Programme (What's this?)Review of the CD version, read by Michael Kitchen Aurelio Zen: A Long Finish (Aurelio Zen Mysteries (AudioGo))
To start with, I wondered if I was ever really going to get into the book. Michael Kitchen's reading style is ... unusual to say the least; however, those who enjoy his performances in Foyle's War will be prepared for this to a certain extent. Pauses are made in unusual places,and words are run together where a pause might have made more sense; however the plot is intriguing and the book did manage to keep me hooked for several hours of my long journey home from Spain.
Set in a wine producing area to the North of Italy, Aurelio Zen is sent to discover who murdered a well known wine producer. Further murders follow on, and red herrings intersperse with true clues, leaving you unsure in many places: - Who did it, how and why?