I read the De Luca mysteries by Carlo Lucarelli and so I was thrilled to see that the TV series is available with English subtitles. These are very faithful adaptations of the books, which is exactly what I wanted. The pre-World War II and post-World War II historical elements are perfect and enrich the quality of the programs. My daughter lives in Bologna and it's hard to find books and films set there, although it's a beautiful and unique city. The entire series isn't set in Bologna but many of the scenes are filmed there. In one episode a wealthy woman has a painting on the wall by Morandi, Bologna's most famous contemporary artist. DeLuca is looking at the painting and the woman says in an off-hand way, "Yes, that's a Morandi." Perfect detail! Anyway, I love Carlo Lucarelli's work and I wish there were films of his contemporary mysteries, especially Almost Blue. The Detective De Luca series is flawless.