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The Venetian betrayal : a novel / Steve Berry.

Berry, Steve, 1955- (author.).

Available copies

  • 4 of 4 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

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0 current holds with 4 total copies.

Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Benton Co PL - Fowler LP F BER (Text) 34044000654952 Large Print Available -
Perry Co PL - Bookmobile BLP BER (Text) 70621000540204 BKM-Large Print Available -
Perry Co PL - Cannelton Branch LP BER (Text) 70622000019229 CPL-Large Print Available -
Perry Co PL - Tell City Main Library LP F BER (Text) 70621000148647 Adult - Large Print Fiction Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9780739326985
  • ISBN: 0739326988
  • Physical Description: 618 pages (large print) : illustrations ; 24cm.
  • Edition: 1st large print ed.
  • Publisher: New York : Random House Large Print, 2008.

Content descriptions

General Note: Series numeration from NoveList.
Summary, etc.: Ex-secret agent Cotton Malone and his partner, the enigmatic Cassiopeia Vitt, are pitted against ruthless Central Asian dictator Irina Zovastina as they scour the globe in search of the final resting place of Alexander the Great.
Subject: Malone, Cotton (Fictitious character)
Booksellers and bookselling > Fiction.
Antiquarian booksellers > Fiction.
Alexander, the Great, 356 B.C.-323 B.C. > Fiction.
Large type books.
Genre: Thrillers (Fiction)
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  • Baker & Taylor
    Ex-secret agent Cotton Malone and his partner, the enigmatic Cassiopeia Vitt, are pitted against ruthless Central Asian dictator Irina Zovastina as they scour the globe in search of the final resting place of Alexander the Great.
  • Baker & Taylor
    Ex-secret agent Cotton Malone and his partner, the enigmatic Cassiopeia Vitt, are pitted against ruthless Central Asian dictator Irina Zovastina as they scour the globe in search of the final resting place of Alexander the Great, unaware that his grave holds the key to a deadly modern mystery that could save the lives of millions. (Suspense).
  • Random House, Inc.
    In 323 B.C.E, having conquered Persia, Alexander the Great set his sights on Arabia, then suddenly succumbed to a strange fever. Locating his final resting place–unknown to this day–remains a tantalizing goal for both archaeologists and treasure hunters. Now the quest for this coveted prize is about to heat up. And Cotton Malone–former U.S. Justice Department agent turned rare-book dealer–will be drawn into an intense geopolitical chess game.

    After narrowly escaping incineration in a devastating fire that consumes a Danish museum, Cotton learns from his friend, the beguiling adventurer Cassiopeia Vitt, that the blaze was neither an accident nor an isolated incident. As part of campaign of arson intended to mask a far more diabolical design, buildings across Europe are being devoured by infernos of unnatural strength.

    And from the ashes of the U.S.S.R., a new nation has arisen: Former Soviet republics have consolidated into the Central Asian Federation. At its helm is Supreme Minister Irina Zovastina, a cunning despot with a talent for politics, a taste for blood sport, and the single-minded desire to surpass Alexander the Great as history’s ultimate conqueror.
    Backed by a secret cabal of powerbrokers, the Federation has amassed a harrowing arsenal of biological weapons. Equipped with the hellish power to decimate other nations at will, only one thing keeps Zovastina from setting in motion her death march of domination: a miraculous healing serum, kept secret by an ancient puzzle and buried with the mummified remains of Alexander the Great–in a tomb lost to the ages for more than 1,500 years.

    Together, Cotton and Cassiopeia must outrun and outthink the forces allied against them. Their perilous quest will take them to the shores of Denmark, deep into the venerated monuments of Venice, and finally high inside the desolate Pamir mountains of Central Asia to unravel a riddle whose solution could destroy or save millions of people–depending on who finds the lost tomb first.

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