Aurelio Zen is sent to Sicily, of all places, and becomes immediately embroiled in a deadly game of temporary loyalties among various mafia clans (both established and upstarts), as well as among the various governmental authorities who nominally might be overseeing the administration of justice. The uncertainties and shifting sands of the reader's basic perceptions are naturally even murkier than usual in Dibdin's work, and the suspense will keep you until the final coup de grace...
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