Three Hands In The Fountain: A Marcus Didius Falco Novel by Lindsey DavisThree Hands In The Fountain: A Marcus Didius Falco Novel by Lindsey Davis

Three Hands In The Fountain: A Marcus Didius Falco Novel

byLindsey Davis

Paperback | March 2, 2009

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Three Hands in the Fountain is the ninth book in Lindsey Davis' bestselling Falco series.

    'The fountain was not working. Nothing unusual in that...'

     Marcus Didius Falco and his laddish friend Petronius find their local fountain has been blocked -- by a gruesomely severed human hand.

     Soon other body parts are being found in the aqueducts and sewers. Public panic overcomes official indifference, and the Aventine partners are commissioned to investigate. Women are being abducted during festivals, with the next Games only days away. As the heat rises in the Circus Maximus, they face a race agaisnt time and a strong test of their friendship. They know the sadistic killer lurks somewhere on the festive streets of Rome preparing to strike again.

LINDSEY DAVIS has written nineteen novels, beginning with The Course of Honour, the love story of the Emperor Vespasian and Antonia Caenis. Her bestselling mystery series features laid-back First Century detective Marcus Didius Falco and his partner Helena Justina, plus friends, relations, pets and bitter enemy the Chief Spy. Her books...
Title:Three Hands In The Fountain: A Marcus Didius Falco NovelFormat:PaperbackDimensions:352 pages, 7.76 × 5.09 × 0.88 inPublished:March 2, 2009Publisher:Random House UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0099515156

ISBN - 13:9780099515159

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Date published: 2014-10-05

Editorial Reviews

• "Uniquely entertaining." --Time Out

 • "Bizarre, funny and satisfying." --Irish Times