The Seventh Sacrament book. The Seventh Sacrament is the fifth in David Hewson’s police detective series set in Rome and featuring agente Nic Costa and his friends. It is as compelling as all his others.
The Seventh Sacrament book. Set against a backdrop of modern Rome, we are led deep underground for much of the story, into the world of the archaeologist.
This fifth book in David Hewson's well received Nic Costa series follows the efforts of Costa and his fellow .
This fifth book in David Hewson's well received Nic Costa series follows the efforts of Costa and his fellow Roman policemen Gianni Peroni and Leo Falcone to solve a case that the department bungled fourteen years earlier. The Seventh Sacrament" is a complicated narrative that requires the reader to pay strict attention as Hewson tells his story via several points-of-view and across several time lines: the present, the weeks just before and just after the boy's disappearance, and fourth century Rome. But this extra effort is ultimately rewarded by the way that Hewson so completely ties together all the loose ends and false leads into a satisfying ending.
Costa had found the answer to those questions eight weeks before, when Emily had joined him in an expensive restaurant in London, after his final meeting at the Gallery in Trafalgar Square. And when they were parents, Nic Costa promised himself, life would surely begin in earnest, something he was about to say to the four of them gathered in Leo Falcone’s living room, after he and Emily had made their two announcements, only to find his words drowned out in the clamour of noise around them.
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Listen to the full audiobook The Seventh Sacrament: The Rome Series: Book 5, for free at audilib Nic Costa, watching Falcone move relentlessly into the man's deadly grip, realises the answer to the deadly present must lie in solving a cold case that, like the forgotten Alessio Bramante, has long been regarded as dead and buried for good.
The Seventh Sacrament is the fifth in the Nic Costa series, David Hewson's detective novels of love and death in Italy. There’s an entire underground city down there. houses and temples, entire streets. And Nic Costa, watching Falcone move relentlessly into the man’s merciless grip, realizes the answer must lie in solving a cold case that, like the forgotten Alessio Bramante, has long been regarded as dead and buried for good.
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The Seventh Sacrament. Author: David Hewson. Publication date: 2007. Back in Rome after their dramatic adventures in Venice, Costa, Peroni and Leo Falcone are rebuilding their lives. But they team up once again when faced with the sudden appearance of fresh bloodstains on a missing young boy’s T-shirt in a small museum exhibit displaying supposed evidence of communication from souls in Purgatory