Cosi Fan Tutti by Michael DibdinRead about another entry on the list.
All the Aurelio Zen novels give an unblinkered, yet fundamentally sympathetic, view of Italy. I picked this one because it is set in Naples, a city that deserves Dibdin’s mixture of cynicism and affection more than any other. What makes his whodunnits special is that his hero is usually trying not to solve a crime (because to do so would be politically and/or personally inconvenient), but always succeeds in doing so.
A Long Finish by Michael Dibdin made John Mullan's list of ten of the best wines in literature.