The Titian Committee

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The Titian Committee

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First Sentence The initial discovery was made by the gardener of the Giardinetti Reali, an old and stooped figure whose labours generally pass unnoticed by the millions of tourists who come to Venice every year, even by those who eat their sandwiches amidst his creation as they get their breath back from overdosing on architectural splendour.
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Isbn10 0006511139
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Number Of Pages 208
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Physical Dimensions 6.9 x 4.1 x 0.8 inches
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Publish Date June 7, 1999
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Subjects Crime & mystery
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The Titian Committee
Authors Iain Pears
Average Rating 3
Categories Argyll, Jonathan (Fictitious character)
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Description When Louis Masterton, a member of the famous Titian Committee, is found stabbed to death in a Venetian public garden, General Bottando of Rome’s Art Theft Squad sends Flavia di Stefanoto Venice to asist the local carabinieri. But it seems they don’t want her help or expertise, and are convinced a Sicilian mugger is responsible for the killing. Flavia has other ideas and calls upon the services of English art historian Jonathan Argyll, who is in Venice to buy a picture from the Marchesa di Mulino’s collection. When another member of the committee is found dead and the Marchesa’s collection is stolen, Flavia and Argyll follow a tortuous trail to unearth the truth behind both the killings and the theft...
Language en
Maturity Rating NOT_MATURE
Page Count 202
Print Type BOOK
Published Date 1999
Publisher HarperCollins Publishers
Ratings Count 8
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