A Season For The Dead
Publish date: 2003
Pages no: 469
Edition language: English
, Historical Fiction
, Mystery Thriller
Series: Nic Costa (#1)
This is one of those mysteries where the author throws up his hands and says: "I give up." He doesn't even try to hide the killer's identity. Instead he focuses on creating engaging characters and obscuring the puzzle pieces so that the reader must rush through the pages to find out how the murders ...
bookshelves: published-2003, one-penny-wonder, paper-read, autumn-2011, mystery-thriller, italy, families, filthy-lucre, revenge, serial-killer, series Recommended to ☯Bettie☯ by: Noran Miss Pumkin Read from August 23 to September 20, 2011 The heat was palpable, alive.Recommended for Autumn read...
The heat was palpable, alive.Recommended for Autumn reading by Noran. Thankee.Before starting to read, I joked that there would be a message written in blood and a cryptic clue. Oh boy! I think I read too much, as by page 27 the checklist for 'catholic thriller intro packages' was complete:- murder ...
This is the first in a series featuring Nic Costa and Inspector Falcone. Sara Faranese is studying in the Vatican library when a colleague rushes in and frankly whispers, "In the blood of the martyrs is the seed of the church." He then displays a pistol and a bag containing the skin of a human bein...
Sold as a thriller as good as Da Vinci Code, I was weary of it. I hate the Da Vinci Code but I had come across reviews that were negative because it wasn't anything like the Da Vinci Code except for the Vatican and there's a painter involved in it aspect. The plot has a lot to offer. A fallen cardin...
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