[Reading] ➶ Vendetta (Aurelio Zen, #2) By Michael Dibdin – Buyphenergan500.us

Vendetta (Aurelio Zen, #2) In Italian Police Inspector Aurelio Zen, Michael Dibdin Has Given The Mystery One Of Its Most Complex And Compelling Protagonists A Man Wearily Trying To Enforce The Law In A Society Where The Law Is Constantly Being Bent In This, The First Novel He Appears In, Zen Himself Has Been Assigned To Do Some Law Bending Officials In A High Government Ministry Want Him To Finger Someone Anyone For The Murder Of An Eccentric Billionaire, Whose Corrupt Dealings Enriched Some Of The Most Exalted Figures In Italian Politics.

[Reading] ➶ Vendetta (Aurelio Zen, #2)  By Michael Dibdin – Buyphenergan500.us
  • Paperback
  • 281 pages
  • Vendetta (Aurelio Zen, #2)
  • Michael Dibdin
  • English
  • 26 May 2017
  • 0571161650

    10 thoughts on “[Reading] ➶ Vendetta (Aurelio Zen, #2) By Michael Dibdin – Buyphenergan500.us


  1. says:

    The second in the Aurelio Zen Italian mystery series is even better than Ratking, the first Zen is sent to Sardinia to frame a peasant for the murder of a millionaire gunned down on his impregnable island estate The politicians are afraid they will be embarrassed if the real murderer is convicted One of the attractive things about the Zen mysteries is the ways in which the corruption of the Italian political system makes the solving of crimes ainteresting puzzle Aurelio s task solve The secon...


  2. says:

    Everyone who used him for their own purposes seemed very satisfied with the resultsMichae Dibdin, VendettaThis is my third Zen novel and I really seem to be cocking up the order of it I started with Book One Ratking , fair enough, but I also bought and read Book Five Cos Fan Tutti , so now I m trying to bring some order back into my life There really is something attractive about these novels I m certain half of the mild success these novels have had are due to Dibdin discovering a neaEveryone who used him for their own purposes seemed very satisfied with the resultsMichae Dibdin, VendettaThis is my third Zen novel and I really seem to be cocking up the order of it I started with Book One Ratking , fair enough, but I also bought and read Book Five Cos Fan Tutti , so now I m trying to bring some order back into my life There really is something attractive about these novels I m certain half of the mild success these novels have had are due to Dibdin discovering a near perfect character Zen and a near perfect setting Rome, Sar...


  3. says:

    This one was definitely better than the first I mean the first book was still good in its own rights, but the second book had me on the edge of my seat , especially at the end when nearly ten pages were spent on a very gut wrenching race between Zen and a man who is trying to kill him It was an incredible scene and very well played out.This time, Zen is trying to track down the murderer of a very wealthy man and his wife and friends, each of them gunned down in the millionaires home The t This one was definitely better than the first I mean the first book was still good in its own rights, but the second book had me on the edge of my seat , especially at the end when nearly ten pages were spent on a very gut wrenching race between Zen and a man who is trying to kill him It was an incredible scene and very well played out.This time, Zen is trying to track down the murderer of a very wealthy man and his wife and friends, each of them gunned down in the millionaires home The trick is, he lived in a fortress and prided himself on his security All that remains is one video from a security camera that shows the millionaire and his wife, along with thei...


  4. says:

    One of the better mysteries well, really one of the better character pieces I ve read in a while Picked this up from a library sale at a street fair in Park City for 50 cents It s the second in the Aurelio Zen detective series, set in Rome How s the plotting You don t care This isn t about plotting It s about character Zen has a reputation for integrity and people constantly insult him with the phrase amidst the most dishonest police force in the world But what s great is it s not One of the better mysteries well, really one of the better character pieces I ve read in a while Picked this up from a library sale at a street fair in Park City for 50 cents It s the second in the Aurelio Zen detective series, set in Rome How s the plotting You don t care This isn t abo...


  5. says:

    3.50 StarsThis installment of Michael Dibdin s Aurelo Zen Series pays homage to the classic locked door murder mystery Zen has been assigned to write a summary for the magistrate on the murders of Oscar Burolo, his wife, and another couple in his Sardinian villa A camera captures the event in gruesome detail, but not the killer Burolo s video discs and tapes have been disturbed But the villa s security is top notched and an alarm would have been set off if an intruder had come onto the pro 3.50 StarsThis installment of Michael Dibdin s Aurelo Z...


  6. says:

    This is the second in the series of novels featuring the detective from Venice, Aurelio Zen As in the other titles, Dibden is excellent at bringing out the rivalries in Italian law enforcement, both between individuals and organisations The political element is always lurking in the background and is, for lesser mortals like Zen, difficult to gauge Although this is only the second book in the series Zen is already disillusioned, having realised that getting a result might not be the same as i This is the second in the series of novels featuring the detective from Venice, Aurelio Zen As in the other titles, Dibden is excellent at bringing out the rivalries in Italian law enforcement, both between individuals and organisations The political element is always lurking in the background and is, for lesser mortals like Zen, difficult to gauge Although th...


  7. says:

    This is the second Aurelio Zen mystery crime novel, and is as good or better than the first Ratking Dibdin paints the bureaucracy and political games of Rome in such cynical terms that you wonder how anything gets done And Zen wonders this, too But the real wonder is how everything bad that happens to Zen and a lot of bad happens turns into good luck for him in the end You are left chuckling and shaking your head at the farce of it all While reading this novel, notice that the word ...


  8. says:

    reflecting on his conflicting feelings about being readmitted to the male free masonry which ran not only the Criminalpol department but also the Ministry, the Mafia, the Church and the government. In Michael Dibdin s Aurelio Zen series each of the eleven stories happens in a different location in Italy Vendetta 1990 , the second novel in the series, begins in Rome but the most important part of the plot takes place in Sardinia As I already mentioned in my reviews of three other bookreflecting on his conflicting feelings about being readmitted to the male free masonry which ran not only the Criminalpol department but also the Ministry, the Mafia, the Church and the government. In Michael Dibdin s Aurelio Zen series each of the eleven stories happens in a different location in Italy Vendetta 1990 , the second novel in the series, begins in Rome but the most important part of the plot takes place in Sardinia As I already mentioned in my reviews of three other books in the series Ratking , Cabal , and The End Games , Mr Dibdin s greatest strength lies...


  9. says:

    This was my first Aurelio Zen novel, and it won t be the last I picked up on a recommendation of sorts from Masterpiece Mystery, which will be showing the apparently only three episode TV adaptation of the Zen books The novels being adapted are this one, Cabal and Ratking, so I am reading them in broadcast order instead of series order.Even with this being the second novel in the series, I was very easily immersed in Zen s world Dibdin s writing is well crafted and he is not afraid to use l This was my first Aurelio Zen novel, and it won t be the last I picked up on a recommendation of sorts from Masterpiece Mystery, which will be showing the apparently only three episode TV adaptation of the Zen books The novels being adapted are this one, Cabal and Ratking, so I am reading them in broadcast order instead of series order.Even with this being the second novel in the series, I was very easily immersed in Zen s world Dibdin s writing is well crafted and he is not afraid to use longer,complex sentences to tell his story Zen comes across as a very amusing character, with plenty of cunning and street smarts but also very real insecurities and flaws His relationship with his mother provides a good so...


  10. says:

    I started reading the Aurelia Zen books after watching the BBC adaptation The casting of the characters was excellent, but the scriptwriter took liberties with the plot But then how does one film a book such as this As Vice Questore in the criminalpol of the Ministry of the Interior promotion after the successful outcome of the Ruggiero Miletti ...

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