The Venetian Betrayal
Publish date: December 11th 2007
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Pages no: 608
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Spy Thriller
, Mystery Thriller
Series: Cotton Malone (#3)
Very interesting plot and deftly woven by Berry to combine current issues with the debate of where Alexander the Great was buried. I was just shy of considering this a great book due to the characters being slightly on the thin side in terms of development, but overall a good read and worth the time...
Read the full review at Tales Between the PagesI have a love/hate relationship with Steve Berry. As you can tell from my previous reviews of Berry’s work, sometimes I love his stories and sometimes I don’t. In fact, I was so ambivalent about The Alexandria Link that I wasn’t sure I’d pick up the nex...
adventurearchaeologyspring 2012tbr bustingfraudioitalybooks about bookshopsDenmark - CopenhagenItaly - VentianExecutionconflagrationRead by the inimitable Scott Brick. Time for some ancient historical adventure *rubs handies together*Two years ago Malone was divorced, chucked in his job and moved fr...
I just love Steve Berry and his books. I can't get enough of them. I won't go on and on about how amazingly gripping, suspenseful and wonderful this book is like I do with all of the other Berry books. He's an amazing author and if you haven't read anything by him, you're really cheating yourself ou...
Entertaining in a shallow, thin on character development, short, short, borderline ADD chapters (a la Dan Brown). Not really my usual cup of tea but the subjects kept me reading : Venice history and Alexander the Great aka the search for his final resting place. The whole Federation of Central Asia ...
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