“Mafiya a’zosining iqrori” by Ense Russo
Do you know a detective who never ventures outside of his room to investigate crimes because he shudders at the thought of riding in a car or train or swimming on a ship? The protagonist in a collection of stories by American author Rex Stout, Nero Wolfe, has this genesis story. comprised of the collection. The inquisitor identifies the true murderer as a result of his or her keen intellect, vivid imagination, meticulousness, connecting, and analysis of the events. The most intriguing aspect is that the hero offers to help the famous chef in exchange for the chef’s recipe for a top-secret dish. The reader will learn after reading “Murder in the Kitchen” whether Nero Wolfe will realize this dream or not. Another piece in the detective genre is included in this collection. In his book “Confessions of a Mafia Member,” Italian author Entze Russo details Giovano’s experiences. From the time he joined the gang as a teenager until the mafia members were apprehended one by one, Jovanino describes his experiences and misdeeds in his own tongue.