To Each His Own (New York Review Books Classics)

by

Adrienne Foulke (Translator), W.S. Di Piero (Introduction)

Amazon Reader’s Review: “As one expects from Sciascia, this is a highly readable book with well-drawn characters, intriguing plot … all the makings of a delightful read. But as one also expects from Sciascia, the book is also a pointed political and social commentary. Follow the meanderings of a less-than-socially-observant professor as he tries to unravel the murder of a druggist and doctor on opening day of hunting season. Discover that the real mystery is who knows what when … and why everyone keeps their knowledge close to their breasts. If you like suspense that reveals the complexity of the human condition, this is definitely for you.”