The Abduction

The Abduction

eBook - 2014
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<The Abduction</ is the heart-pounding, adrenaline-fuelled follow up to Jonathan Holt's highly acclaimed international thriller <The Abomination</'a modern tale of mystery, treachery, and intrigue that moves between the physical and virtual worlds of Venice, Italy, blurring the boundary between dark fantasy and terrifying reality.</ An unlikely trio must form an alliance to save a kidnapped young girl and untangle a nefarious plot that reaches back decades.</ Second Lieutenant Holly Boland is an intelligence analyst trained to look for clues ordinary investigators miss. When a U.S. army officer's daughter is kidnapped from an American base in Venice, Holly is sure that the mysterious abductors want more than a ransom.</ Venetian police captain Kat Tapo has found a webcam feed embedded in the encrypted website Carnivia.com, a virtual Venice. It streams video of a terrified teenage girl, hooded and tied to a chair. A strand of text scrolls across the screen: "Sensory deprivation is not torture." Is the girl the missing daughter of the American military officer' Who is behind the cryptic message'</ Daniele Barbo, the genius webmaster and creator of Carnivia, has never let the government access his servers, and finding the missing girl is not his problem. But then secrets from Italy's dark wartime past begin to surface'revelations that could put them all in danger. To save his own skin, Daniel must decide how far he's willing to let them in.</ In a race against time, Holly, Kat, and Daniel must find the shocking truth . . . or watch as more than one innocent life is sacrificed.</
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Harper, 2014
ISBN: 9780062267061
Characteristics: data file
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