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The Venetian Betrayal by Steve Berry
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May 09, 08

bookshelves: heard, drama, suspense, thinker
Recommended for: adults
Read in May, 2008

Steve didn't disappoint. This is only the second book that I've listened to of his, and yes, I've listened to them out of order. I just happened across this one and figured I should give it a listen.

The reader (I've dug for his name but didn't find a definitive answer and I've already returned the book) does a pretty excellent job. The different accents help this story along. I really felt this was performed rather than read. And pretty well done at that.

The book tells a wonderfully complex story with a tremendous amount of detail. No doubt hours of research went into the construction of this novel. One of the things I like best about his books, at the end there is a section that clarifies what is historically and currently accurate and what he made up. The story of the story sort of thing.

If you like suspenseful, dramatic, action novels, The Venetian Betrayal will satisfy.
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