The Traitor - The Carnivia Trilogy 3 (Hardback)Jonathan Holt (author)
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Book 3 in The Carnivia Trilogy.
He died in the darkness, surrounded by friends. They found him at sunrise, on Venice's most popular beach.
His throat had been cut, his tongue removed. Captain Kat Tapo suspects a Masonic murder. The brotherhood won't give up its secrets to a policewoman - but Kat won't give up the hunt. She'll use all the allies she has: friends, lovers, hackers, spies.
But shocking truths about the case are about to come to light. And when they do, it will be a race against time to unlock the secrets of Italy's past - before Venice itself starts to burn...
This is the third novel in a trilogy of stylish and intelligent thrillers set in Venice from Jonathan Holt who, under the name J.P. Delaney, is also the author of the Sunday Times bestselling psychological thrillers THE GIRL BEFORE and BELIEVE ME.
Reviews for the Carnivia Trilogy:
'A genuinely thrilling thriller that is also an illuminating portrait of a particular world ... A terrific book' Literary Review.
'Tense and mind-bending' Daily Telegraph.
'Breathtaking ... A truly haunting glimpse into a mysterious shadow world' New York Times.
'Impressive ... The characters are strong and Venice is a magnificent backdrop for a story of secrets and lies' Daily Mail.
'A cracking, upmarket thriller ... A rare entertainment for the thinking deckchair reader' Saga Magazine.
Publisher: Head of Zeus
Number of pages: 400
Dimensions: 228 x 145 mm
'A cracking, upmarket thriller' Saga Magazine.
'Impressive ... Venice is a magnificent backdrop' Daily Mail.
'Awesome, awesome, awesome!! To say it was a page-turner is an understatement!' Lovereading.
'The talented Jonathan Holt's best book yet ... its disparate elements bubbling over in entertaining fashion, and its protagonist guaranteed reader interest, and the sheer unabashed energy of The Traitor is hard to resist' Good Book Guide.
'A suitably thrilling finale ... The author was apparently inspired by a visit to Venice, and it certainly makes for an interesting setting, especially when Holt gives us a taste of the real city hidden under the tourist hype' Crime Review.