The Seventh Sacrament by David Hewson
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The Seventh Sacrament Summary
In the heat of a Rome summer, a seven-year-old boy vanishes in the dank catacombs beneath the city. Now fourteen years have passed, and in acclaimed author David Hewsons stunning new crime novel the heart-wrenching case has come back to life as Detective Nic Costa and his fellow investigators search through layers of their citys historyfor a killer leaving a trail of bodies, lust, and revenge.
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"The subterranean labyrinths just may hold the answers to a mystery whose poignant resolution few readers will anticipate." - PW.
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David Hewson Author Biography
David Hewson is
the author of several travel books, at least six standalone novels and the Nic Costa series. He used to be a weekly columnist for the Sunday
Times, but gave up journalism in 2005 to focus full time on his novels. He lives in Kent, England.
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