Charlie Howard - struggling crime-writer by day, talented thief by night - has gone straight. But holing himself up in a crumbling palazzo in Venice to concentrate on his next novel hasn't got rid of the itch in his fingers. And to make matters worse, a striking Italian beauty has just broken into his apartment and made off with his most prized possession, leaving a puzzling calling card in its place.
It looks as though kicking the habit of a lifetime will be much more of a challenge than Charlie thought. Sneaking out into Venice's maze of murky canals, Charlie's attempts to tame a cat burglar embroil him in a plot that is far bigger and more explosive than he could ever have imagined.
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Charlie goes straight .....
the ending saved the book.
simon vance performance of the book.
it saved the book. the storyline wasn't as good as the first two books its on a par with the good thief's guide to vegas, a bit over the top.it was more like a story Charlie would put into his fictional character's novel.
this started out as being a really good series with realistic storylines now the author seems to have lost his way in trying to make it more gripping it has become in my opinion more far fetched. if the scenario had been Charlie writing about his fictional character in this situation it would have been a lot better.i have the next book in the series and hope it is better than the last two.
- Mrs. K. I. Richards