The Victims of Venice by Tammy Juola
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Contemporary
Mystery
Set in Italy
Non-Series

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Tammy Juola

BIO

After graduating with highest honors in photojournalism, TAMMY JUOLA now imports adventures from her foreign travels to help her readers go sightseeing from their sofas. The loves of Tammy's life are a yellow Lab and a yellor Harley, although she doesn't mind skiing when she doesn't land on her face, losing at golf, winning at tennis, and hiking downhill.

Set in Venice
(Veneto)
 © 2001
 
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The Victims of Venice

JACKET NOTES:  Venice. The name itself starts the spine tingling, but add a killer on a renegade funeral gondola and you have a mystery with as many twists and turns as the Grand Canal itself. The action intensifies when the blood thirsty boatman entices some tourists into a deadly game of cat-and-mouse. He uses a 16th-century code as bait, and relies on his knowledge of the wild winter floods to cover his tracks.
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gialli.comment: This book is horrible! It is an insult to the reader's intelligence. The characters and dialogue are stupid and unrealistic. This book is most likely self-published--which goes to show that anyone with money upfront can get their mediocre product out in the marketplace. SHAME ON YOU! Tammy for ripping off the buyer.