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  • ISBN-13: 9780099453963
  • Publisher: Vintage/Ebury (a Division of Random
  • Publication date: 2/28/1997

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  • Posted November 2, 2008

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    Seville Thriller

    A hacker whom the Vatican codes"Vesper" leaves a message in the Pope's computer reporting that the Church "Our Lady of the Tears" (Nuestra Señora de las Lágrimas) in Seville "is being neglected by both the power of the Church and the lay authorities" and has resorted to kill to save herself.<BR/><BR/>Thus, Lorenzo Quart, a member of the Curia's Institute for External Affairs (IEA) is assigned the case by his superior Monsignor Spada. <BR/><BR/>Thus an adventure starts in Seville. <BR/><BR/>Our Lady of the Tears is indeed falling apart but guarded forcefully by a retired nun - Gris Marsala - who has taken leave of her order to work on restoring the old church, and Father Priamo Ferro, an old priest who still does mass in Latin. <BR/><BR/>The reader learns of a very complicated plot by a banker, Pencho Gavira, who needs to sell the dilapidated church to a Saudi conglomerate so the land can be developed into a high end tourist attraction. However there are several restrictions--The Bruner Family, who originally had title to the land had placed a restriction on the Church that if the building was turned off to the city, it would revert to the family. As long as a mass was said on Thursdays, the day the day Carlota Bruner had tragically died from losing her lost love, the edict was in place. Thus Father Ferro was there every Thursday to prevent the Church from closing.<BR/><BR/>Two deaths occurred inside the Church and they were ruled accidental. One of them was Seville's Archbishop's secretary. Seville's Archbishop Corvo, who had been bribed by the bank to develop the land and get rid of the Church, had also sent a young priest to sabotage the operations of the Church--to no avail. He quickly turned on the Archbishop and ended helping Father Ferro's cause.<BR/><BR/>Macarena Bruno, who was Pencho Gavira's wife, had abandoned him under strange circumstances and had joined forces with Father Ferro. She is the one who mediates between the stubborn Ferro and the envoy from Rome. <BR/><BR/>The plot complicates even further by a love affair between Macarena and Quart, a kidnapping and another murder. Father Ferro takes the blame to protect the innocent and guard his church's secrets. <BR/><BR/>In the end, Father Quart gives mass on a Thursday to save both his soul and the Church, causing him to be demoted.<BR/><BR/>The story reads fast and keeps you interested and the hacker is not revealed until the final pages of the book.<BR/><BR/>A great read!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 26, 2005

    Blah

    This book is long, painfully verbose, and yet goes hardly anywhere. I felt like I was walking in circles, treading back and forth, while reading through this book. Even the imagery of Seville, which at times was nice, didn't quite cut it. He writes a whole lot but he's not really saying anything. Not suprising, for reasons I won't elaborate here. And I read it in Spanish, so no, it has nothing to do with poor translation.

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    Posted October 29, 2008

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