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  • City of Masks

City of Masks

  • Автор: S D Sykes
  • Цена(при On-Line покупка): 18.90 лв
3.70 (12 ratings by Goodreads)
“Medieval Venice spreads out her treasures for religious pilgrims in S. D. Sykes’s City of Masks.”
- Marilyn Stasio, New York Times Book Review

“We are plunged into Sykes’ rich soup of Venetian intrigue; period detail; and increasingly intricate plotting, all with the deeply realized character of Lord Somershill fighting his own demons while investigating. A brilliant addition to the Somershill Manor Novels.”
- Booklist (starred)

“S.D. Sykes spares readers none of the 14th century’s malodorous streets and dark alleyways as Oswald tries to unmask the killer and save his own life.”
- BookPage

“Sykes’s gamble in putting Oswald in unfamiliar terrain pays off, as she again blends a detailed immersion in the time period with a clever mystery plot line.”
- Publishers Weekly (starred)

“The time period is well represented and believable, although the novel has the style of a modern thriller, with layer upon layer of rising tension, risks, and psychological hurdles for its protagonist as he races against time to solve the mystery and to survive. Fast-paced and suspenseful throughout, this tightly written story is intriguing and original and offers much to appreciate.”
- Historical Novels Review

“A Venice whose ancient glories still survive today provides the background for an investigation whose solution is secondary to identifying the cause of Oswald's angst.”
- Kirkus Reviews

“This third series outing offers further insights into Lord Somershill and the past that bedevils him, along with sophisticated plotting, intrigue, and immersion in a fascinating historical setting.”
- Library Journal
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Автор
  • S D Sykes
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  • Автор S D Sykes
    Година на издаване 2018
    Език Английски
    Корица Paperback
    Страници 368
    Размери 0.300kg (20cm x 13cm)
    Категория Книги на английски език /  Fiction /  Historical Fiction / 
    Код: 410.0149
    ISBN/Barcode: 9781444785852
    Производител: HODDER
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