The Paris Vendetta

The Paris Vendetta

A Novel

Book - 2010
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Awakened by a housebreaking stranger who is revealed to be a friend of Henrik Thorvaldsen and the father of a young man he once tried to save, Cotton Malone flees with the intruder when they are pursued by a shadowy organization.
Publisher: New York :, Ballantine Books,, 2010.
Edition: 2010 Ballantine Books mass market edition.
Copyright Date: ©2009.
ISBN: 9780345505484
Characteristics: 483 pages ; 20 cm


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May 05, 2015

Really enjoyed this book-having been to Paris it was fun to be able to picture the locations!

Jul 31, 2014

Sorry I couldn't finish it!!

mrsgail5756 Jun 15, 2012

The book was okay – but not one of my favorites.

Jan 08, 2012

This is one of those books that only got published because the author had written other books and was probably under contract. What an awful book! The plot is barely credible and the events and characters are made to fit into the plot regardless of whether things make sense or not.

Sep 20, 2010

The author has created a series of entertaining books in the same tone as the Dan Brown, Robert Langdon character. This story (as with most of the other Steve Berry books I’ve read) is heavy on action and suspense, but it always follows some treasure hunt of an artifact of historical significance. It’s a bit far fetched to think the heroes not only fight for their lives but at the same time discover valuables lost to mankind. If you can suspend disbelief and just enjoy the ride then they are fun stories. I enjoy them and I’ll give this one a 4.

Jun 09, 2010

The latest in a captivating series that takes historical events and figures and weaves them with legend and lore to create fascinating action adventure stories. HIghly recommended.

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