The Dante Trap by Arnaud Delalande

The Dante Trap

Arnaud Delalande

Handsome, swashbuckling hero and beautiful, vulnerable heroine must stop evil mastermind from taking over 18th century Venice through a series of gruesome, Dante inspired, murders. A rollicking good read set against a glamorous carnival background. Thoroughly recommended holiday reading.

Extract
At the head of the funeral procession would be il Diavolo himself, the last bastion of the forces of evil, the only man who could be trusted to defend the Serenissima and restore it to its rightful place as Queen of the Seas .... The pawns had been played and the endgame was in sight: the Legions of Hell were massing and would soon deliver a death blow to the old republic.
Parallels
  • Captain Alatriste by Arturo Perez-Reverte
  • The Secrets of the Lazarus Club by Tony Pollard
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Violence
Explicit sexual content