Dante's Numbers by David Hewson
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Dante's Numbers Summary
It was a warm, golden evening in Romea night filled with anticipation. A legendary director was premiering his new film version of Dantes Inferno. From around the world, celebrities gathered at the Villa Borghese as the paparazzi thronged among them. But within moments the event was in chaos. A man was dead. The films star was missingand a priceless relic had vanished. In David Hewsons masterful new novel of suspense, Detective Nic Costa, numb from the recent death of his wife, finds himself and his fellow detectives drawn into a strange and terrifying limbothe first of Dantes nine circles of Hell.
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"A convoluted plot, eccentric characters and numerous sinister connections to Hitchcock's Vertigo all contribute to the suspense." - Publishers Weekly.
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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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