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The Nautical Chart

Arturo Perez-Reverte, Margaret Sayers Peden (Translator)

Paperback

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Other Editions of This Title:
Paperback (6/7/2004)
Hardcover (10/1/2001)

Description

Coy is a suspended sailor without a ship. At an auction in Barcelona, he meets a beautiful woman obsessed with the Dei Gloria, a Jesuit ship sunk by pirates in the seventeenth century. Tánger uses her considerable skills with men and her expertise with atlases and nautical maps to search for the ship's rumored lost treasure. Coy is quickly drawn into the search, and finds himself falling in love as they seek their fortune together. Or do they?
Their journey becomes dangerous. Does the treasure really exist? Are there secrets dwelling in the depths of the sea? And what of the depths of the heart? This suspensefully plotted novel combines the richness of atmosphere we have come to expect from Arturo Pérez-Reverte with the addictive romance and mystery of the sea. A riveting read, it is an unforgettable adventure.



Praise For The Nautical Chart

PRAISE FOR THE NAUTICAL CHART

"Engrossing and beautiful . . . Exceptional." --New York Magazine

"What a lovely, well-rounded and distinctive novel to lure us from troubled shores." --Los Angeles Times Book Review

"Arturo Pérez-Reverte has established himself as the master of the intellectual thriller, a reputation again confirmed with The Nautical Chart."--Chicago Tribune

PRAISE FOR THE FENCING MASTER

"[Pérez-Reverte] has a deft way with a sword fight, and there are duels here as swashbuckling as anything in The Mask of Zorro."--The New York Times Book Review

"A smart, literate novel with suspense and a great puzzle, this is hard to beat."--The Globe and Mail (Toronto)

PRAISE FOR THE SEVILLE COMMUNION

"One of those infrequent whodunits that transcend the genre . . . Page-turning pace and vivid characters."--Time

"Spain's bestselling author weaves an indelible tale of love, faith and greed that will keep readers shouting olé!"--People

Mariner Books, 9780156013055, 480pp.

Publication Date: September 1, 2002