Acclaimed author Conor Fitzgerald draws on his journalism experience for The Dogs of Rome-his first installment in a series of Italian crime novels. Here, Commissario Alec Blume is an American ex-patriot who's lived in Rome for the past 22 years. When someone murders a prominent politician's husband and an animal rights activist, Blume must ferret out the answers from a sea of crooked cops and dirty politicians in an ancient city with a history of corruption. "Those who like gritty crime thrillers with a European flair will be well rewarded."-Publishers Weekly
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