End Games - Michael Dibdin Reviews
Description:ISBN 0571236170 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Michael Dibdin / Paperback / 432 Pages / Book is published 2008-07-03 by Faber and ... more
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"The dead man parked his car at the edge of the town..." What? A *dead* man parked a car? A typo? No, the brill first sentence of Michael Dibdin's last thriller 'End Games'. Who would not read on to understand the mystery? The 'dead man' is an American lawyer, the scout of a film company, sent to Cosenza, a town in the Italian region of Calabria, to prepare the shooting of a film. He's kidnapped, though, but no ransom is asked, instead his kidnappers 'dressed him up as a corpse, made him walk to a village someplace, then blew his head off'. Police investigator Aurelio Zen, sent from Rome to substitute the Chief of Police, has to ... Read the complete review
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