I used to be such a big fan of mysteries, but I feel like lately I keep picking up books that aren't bad per se, but are simply pretty middle-of-the-road examples of the genre. Of course, the fact that I'm picking most of these up from the free table at work probably has something to do with that. Anyway, Acqua Alta by Donna Leon is a fine read, but nothing special. Commissario Guido Brunetti is just kind of this guy, you know, though he happens to do his policing in Venice, so that part was interesting. And that, really, is about it.
FuzzyCo grade: B-