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  • Loved this - engrossing

    I read this ARC in exchange for an honest review All thoughts and opinions are mine I love all things Italian and historical fiction is very much my genre I loved this The style of writing drew me in very quickly. I found the book an atmospheric, vivid read

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  • A Deadly Venetian Conspiracy

    Highly enjoyable! Venice in the 14th Century. We follow the merchant Malin Le Cordier as he and his associates play a deadly political game with La Serenissima - the price of failure being exceedingly high, the chance of betrayal overwhelming. The story evolves over a period of forty days - the Quarant - or the period of time a merchant vessel arriving in Venice will spend in quarantine. We accompany the main characters through the highs and lows of their conspiracy, which culminates in the final, thrilling betrayal. Bullen's attention to detail in describing both the physical and political landscape is superb, and we experience the sense of urgency as the characters do as we are propelled towards zero hour.

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  • International intrigue surrounded by devastation

    In The Quadrant, Graham Bullen has woven a fascinating tale of international intrigue into a background of divine destruction. Bullen has done a masterful job of making the past feel real, and his descriptions of 14th Century Venice are immersive. For anyone who has had the opportunity to explore this timeless city, the calles and canals will seem so familiar that you'll easily picture yourself there. The Quarant is an absorbing story of intrigue, a first-class spy novel with a wonderfully flawed hero and a solid storyline. The plot it describes is fictional yet plausible when placed within historical events. I loved it!

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