Inqusition - Alfred Colitto Reviews
Description:ISBN 0751545392 / Paperback: 496 pages / Publisher: Sphere / Published: 29 Sep 2011 / Language: English
Newest Review: ... hidden secret, the search for clues to reveal the secret and a bad guy who will stop at nothing to gain the secret knowledge. ... more
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by - written on 09/01/14 (Very useful, 30 readings)
It's a brave book that dares to contain a comparison to C J Sansom and an endorsement from Rory Clements on its covers, yet that's exactly what Inquisition from Italian author Alfredo Colitto does. Given that those two have proved themselves to be masters of the genre over the past few years (along with S J Parris), it's a bold claim to make and, ultimately, one that Inquisition fails to live up to. Set in Bologna in 14th century Italy, a university physician is drawn into danger when he discovers a corpse whose heart has been turned into a block of iron. Worse still, he is thrown into an uneasy alliance with a member of the Knights Templar - an order which ... Read the complete review
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