(book #17 of the Inspector Montalbano series)
by Andrea Camilleri. I really liked this story. Montalbano must solve a series of burglaries that have common elements and a mastermind bent on outsmarting him. In parallel to the crimes is a beautiful young woman, Angelica, who floats into Salvo's life and routine, and is coincidentally one of the burglary victims.
All the right and expected elements are there to make this an enjoyable read: good meals at Enzo's trattoria, Montalbano's complicated relationships with women, and the usual cast of characters at the police station. Once again, after finishing one of Camilleri's books, I am already looking forward to the next installment.