Michael Kitchen reads this complete, full-length Aurelio Zen novel by bestselling author Michael Dibdin. After his last case, among the gentle hills and lush vineyards of Piedmont, Inspector Zen finally receives the order he has been dreading all his professional life: his next posting is to Sicily, home of the Mafia.
The gruesome discovery of an unidentified, decomposed corpse sealed in a railway wagon on a disused siding marks the beginning of Zen's most difficult and dangerous case.
Set against the backdrop of the 3000-year-old city of Catania, in the shadow of the smouldering volcano of Etna, "Blood Rain" finds Aurelio Zen at his most desperate and driven. "The best detective novelist around". ("Sunday Times").