By Michael Dibdin
Aurelio Zen of Rome's Criminalpol is again, yet nobody's imagined to comprehend it. After months in health center recuperating from a bomb assault on his automobile, he's mendacity low lower than a fake identify at a seashore inn at the Tuscan coast, ready to testify in an impending anti-Mafia trial. Zen has transparent directions: to chill and luxuriate in the vintage Italian seashore vacation. yet Zen is getting stressed, and as an alarming variety of individuals are losing lifeless round him, it sort of feels only a subject of time prior to the Mafia manages to complete the task they bungled months ahead of on a lonely Sicilian road...
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The idea that Regina might have known she’d be leaving was so unpleasant I was sorry I’d thought of it. I put Hayden in his infant seat, which I found in the living room and carried back into the kitchen, and held his bottle to his mouth. Hayden did the rest. I slumped in a chair, my forehead resting on my hand, my other hand holding the bottle in the right position (I hoped). I heard feet tramping up the steps to the kitchen door, and I knew it was time to answer questions. I looked down at Hayden who was pulling on the bottle as if it were the answer to all the troubles of the universe.
One of the pills was a smidge smaller than the others, and not quite the same shade of white. It didn’t have the manufacturer’s initial on it as all the other pain relief tablets did. The difference was obvious when you were looking for it. But without some good reason to examine the medicine, who would think of doing so? “We got another one,” Jimmy concluded, looking down at Levon. ” I asked, trying to keep my voice casual and sort of insinuate the question. “Yes’m,” Jimmy said, not catching the warning look Levon was trying to send him.
This was very strange, and getting stranger. I brewed some coffee, shuddering at Regina’s protest that instant would have been fine. After I’d poured a cup for each of us, adding cream and sugar to Martin’s niece’s, I listened to Regina blather about the long drive, the baby, her mother’s condo, her Aunt Cindy . . ” she apologized. ” “Aunt Cindy” was Martin’s first wife, the mother of his only child, Regina’s cousin Barrett. I sighed internally, still kept my smile pasted on, and assured Regina that she needn’t apologize.