The Abomination - The Carnivia Trilogy 1 (Paperback)Jonathan Holt (author)
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They found the woman's body on the steps of a church, washed up by Venice's winter tides. A tattoo on her wrist matched graffiti in an abandoned hospital, not used since the Second World War.
It's Captain Kat Tapo's first murder case, and she'll do anything to get to the truth. But as the hunt for the killer intensifies, she discovers secrets from Italy's dark wartime past that will put her in great danger...
Want to hear Venice's secrets?
Publisher: Head of Zeus
Number of pages: 400
Weight: 316 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 29 mm
'Jonathan Holt blasts on to the thriller scene with a high voltage, all bets are off, cracker' Crimesquad.
'AWESOME, AWESOME, AWESOME!! ... If you are a fan of Dan Brown this is certainly for you ... to say it's a page turner is an understatement! The only problem now is waiting for the next book in the trilogy!' Sam Lewis for Lovereading.co.uk.
'[A] diverting debut ... Holt captures the allure of Venice and its creative cyber-counterpart, and creates two forceful [...] protagonists in Kat and Holly. The author gets carried away by throwing mystery on top of mystery, but, well, that's part of the fun' Publishers Weekly.
'A genuinely thrilling thriller... a terrific book by any standard... outstanding.' Literary Review.
'A cracking, upmarket thriller... a rare entertainment for the thinking deckchair reader.' Saga Magazine.
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