Books by Jonathan Holt

THE ABSOLUTION by Jonathan Holt
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Dec. 8, 2015

"In spite of a few scenes that stop the novel in its tracks by explaining complicated details about banking and computer viruses through dialogue, Holt's finale has more than enough rapid-pulse action—and compelling insight into Italy-U.S. relations—to keep the pages turning."
In the final book of the Carnivia Trilogy, named after the anonymous virtual world created by disfigured genius Daniele Barbo, American intelligence analyst Holly Boland and Italian cop Kat Tapo reunite to investigate dark government conspiracies. Read full book review >
THE ABDUCTION by Jonathan Holt
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 3, 2014

"Holt's cyberunderworld doesn't exert quite the fascination it did the first time, and the lead characters aren't as engaging. But this stylish if overlong book holds out promise for a satisfying finale."
When political activists in Venice kidnap a 16-year-old American girl and stream increasingly disturbing images of her mistreatment, Carabinieri captain Kat Tapo and U.S. Army investigator Holly Boland must unravel a web of secrets to recover her. Read full book review >
THE ABOMINATION by Jonathan Holt
Released: June 19, 2013

"A skillfully rendered debut by a London ad man."
In the first novel of a trilogy set in Venice, an Italian policewoman and a female U.S. Army officer investigate the murders of two women who threatened to expose dark secrets about America's involvement in the Bosnian War. Read full book review >