Venetian Betrayal - Steve Berry Reviews
Description:ISBN 0345485777 / Author: Steve Berry / Genre: Crime / Thriller
Newest Review: ... eventually connected) in modern day Copenhagen, Venice and Samarkand. I know this was all about scene setting and some ... more
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Steve Berry The Venetian Betrayal
Pages: 480, Hardcover, Hodder & Stoughton
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by - written on 04/01/11 (Very useful, 47 readings)
had previously read a couple of Steve Berry's books namely The Amber Room and The Romanov Prophecy, both of which i had enjoyed. So on finding myself without a book at the airport i picked up his latest offering The Venetian Betrayal. On first glance it sounded quite good, a kind of pacy thriller that would keep me occupied on my flight. However the start of the book went back to Alexander the Great in Babylon in 323BC (not quite what i was expecting), then it moved to three different stories (all eventually connected) in modern day Copenhagen, Venice and Samarkand. I know this was all about scene setting and some historical background but it took me ages to ... Read the complete review
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