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“[David] Morrell (best known for First Blood) returns to his favorite revenge theme in [this] thriller, which focuses on a hit man who renounces violence only to be flushed out of his monastic retreat back to the counterterrorist circuit.”—Kirkus Reviews
“Those who appreciate a good spy novel are going to have to clear more space on the shelf. David Morrell’s Fraternity of the Stone . . . establishes Morrell as a force to be reckoned with. . . . The plot works marvelously and should not be missed by anyone who enjoys a good spy thriller.”—Sunday News (Ridgewood, N.J.) --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
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David Morrell has not lost his touch. The story kept
your interest all the way through the book, suspense great,
and didn't know the end half way through as with most... Read more
this book was written a few years back,its about the opus dei
the catholic intelligence org. its the best fiction book of its kind ever written. Read more
David Morrell is without question my favorite author, and it is books like this one that put him in the top spot. Read morePublished on June 7 2003 by Brad Cooper
No matter what order you read his books in, each is complete in itself and explains history and the Catholic church in relation to the the current book. Read morePublished on Feb. 20 2002 by G. Bowser
David Morrell does it again! This is a great story about a well trained assassin, Drew MacLane, who has had enough of the killing. Read morePublished on Aug. 14 2001 by Deguerra
The Fraternity of the Stone is fast paced and exciting. There is never a dull moment. If you like action books, this is the book for you. I have only two criticisms. Read morePublished on May 20 2001
This is the first david morrell book i read. But it is a truely amazing book. Author cares about details so much such as the death of the mouse Stuart Little. Read morePublished on Aug. 23 2000 by "andreafarrar"