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Visual Tour of Venom in Venice

That is a lot of "v's" in the title, but I hope you'll stick with me and "visit" the amazing Venice locales mentioned in Fiona Paul's Venom. Like I said in my review, this book's atmosphere added so much to the story, and I loved the dark Venice represented in the book.

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Book Review: Venom by Fiona Paul

It seems a lot of books I've read lately have really unusual settings - and Venom by Fiona Paul was no different. The backdrop of the novel is set in historical Venice, and the all the descriptions of dark alleys and swaying gondolas added so much depth to this debut novel.

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Venom Blog Tour: Venomous by Fiona Paul, Short Story Part 4

Venom is one of those stories that sticks with you. The dark setting of Venice in the 1600s where classes don't mix and mysterious murders are on the rise sets the tone of the whole book and left me chilled.

So, I'm very excited to be a stop on the Venom Blog Tour! I'm got the fourth part of an original short story by Fiona Paul. Check it out!

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