Death in the Floating City

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Product Number: Z06064
Released: Nov 01, 2012
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781470332648
Narrator/s: Bianca Amato
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Celebrated by the Huffington Post as ''one to watch -- and read,'' Tasha Alexander has won fans the world over for her lush descriptions and clever plotting. In Death in the Floating City, Emily is surprised to receive a plea for help from her childhood nemesis, Emma, whose father-in-law has been murdered and whose husband has vanished. Digging into the mystery, Emily unearths a centuries-old puzzle -- and raises the ire of those who will do anything to keep their secrets hidden.

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Author(s): Tasha Alexander
Narrator(s): Bianca Amato
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Product Number CM0004
Released: Nov 06, 2012
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781461837183
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Author(s): Tasha Alexander
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Product Number EB00095390
Released: Oct 28, 2013
Business Term: 52 Circ / 730 Day
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: #9781250011039

Professional reviews

"In the seventh Lady Emily mystery, Emily and her husband, the dashing Colin Hargreaves, are called to Venice by Emily's estranged childhood nemesis, Emma, whose father-in-law has been murdered and whose husband has fled. The list of suspects is complicated by the long-lost ring found on the victim's body. In this enveloping mystery built on strong characters, a multilayered plot, and lush descriptions, Bianca Amato portrays the elegant and capable Lady Emily as she navigates her way through nineteenth-century Venice's physical and social landscape. Amato's crisp accents and varying pitch distinguish the many characters, men and women alike, enabling intimate conversations and heated confrontations to unfold naturally. Even during moments of suspense, Amato never misses an opportunity to relish in Emily's wry observations and quick wit, endearing the heroine to listeners. A.S. (c) AudioFile 2013, Portland, Maine"

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