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The Bone Thieves of San Marco

“You sat in the Doge’s prison, your family fortune was seized. And then you were suddenly back again. From what they say, you are now a powerful man.”

1570. Carnevale - All of Venice has gone crazy! The city is one single boisterous party, a tremendous orgy. However, Davide Venier has no time for pleasure. Thieves have made use of this city-wide state of revelry and purloined from the cathedral the bones of St. Mark - Venice’s raison d'être. Davide must reacquire the relics before the public hears about what has happened. He soon learns that a foreign power wishes to damage La Serenissima. But which of Venice’s numerous enemies is behind this? The Genoese? The Ottomans? Perhaps the Pope himself?

Maiwald’s second sweeping adventure and spy novel set against the opulent backdrop of Renaissance Venice

Press reviews of The Doge’s Spy:
- “Stefan Maiwald’s debut novel The Doge’s Spy is a tense historical spy novel.” bild.de
- “A resident of Italy, the German author has succeeded in creating a thrilling crime novel that combines elements of an adventure story with a robust portrait of Renaissance] society and customs.” Hoerzu

Details
400 pages, ISBN 978-3-423-26171-5
About the author
Portrait des Autors Stefan Maiwald

Stefan Maiwald

Stefan Maiwald was born in 1971. He lives in Italy and writes for various papers and magazines including ›GQ‹, ›Freundin‹, ›Merian‹, the ›SZ-magazin‹ and ›Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung‹. Every lunchtime, when sensible people are having their siesta, he can be found on the driving range of the Grado Golf Club perfecting his technique. So far this has led to him acquiring serious dark circles under the eyes and a handicap of 5.
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