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One Way to Venice by Jane Aiken Hodge
A "contemporary" gothic set in Venice. It was a little convoluted and overwrought in writing style, but was sufficiently suspenseful to keep my interest. It had the typical False Hero/Love Interest that kept me guessing who the protagonist would end up with, but the ending was satisfactory and fulfilling. 

8 out of 10
  • ¬†Edwardian Promenade
I have read several books set in Venice and, as a whole, I have enjoyed Jane Aiken Hodge books, but I'm not sure if I have read this one. I believe I do have a copy so hope to get to it. I have not been reading as much as I would like because my vision is getting weaker.
I have read this, but I remember nothing about it.

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