Death at La Fenice by Donna Leon
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Ah, Venice. City of canals. City of murder. But Commissario Brunetti will get his man in the end.
I like stand-up, moral guys who do the right thing, and Brunetti is the Italian version of my favorite lawman, Walt Longmire. Lawful good is my jam, folks. He solves the crime despite his superiors, red herrings, and roadblocks. I was way off on my assumptions, and I liked the resolution. Well plotted and I enjoyed the details.
New series for me. I like Commissario Brunetti and will definitely continue solving crimes with him.
View all my reviews