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The Fraternity Of The Stone by David Morrell
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Jan 22, 12

bookshelves: religious, thrillers
Read in January, 2012

Ex secret agent/assassin Drew withdraws to a secluded monastery to atone for the sins of his life. He intends to spend the rest of his long life there in silence and solitude. But then the entire monastery is poisoned and he finds himself pursued, as members of his former life are hunted and killed. He accepts help from the Fraternity of the stone in order to find the man behind the killings. I enjoyed the book, it's fast paced and full of the details Morrell is famous for. I liked Drew and the story is a good thriller because it doesn't seem that far-fetched to me. Killers for God isn't a new trope but its' still a compelling one.
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