End Games

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Faber & Faber, 2011 - Detective and mystery stories - 480 pages
Aurelio Zen is posted to remote Calabria, at the toe of the Italian boot. Beneath the surface of a tight-knit, traditional community he discovers that violent forces are at work. There has been a brutal murder and Zen is determined to find a way to penetrate the code of silence and uncover the truth.

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About the author (2011)

Michael Dibdin lived in Italy for many years and had 11 Zen books published which continue to entertain readers around the world.

He died three years ago. His novels won many awards including the Crime Writers Association Gold Dagger for Ratking.

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