The Fraternity of the Stone: An Espionage Thriller [NOOK Book]

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From acclaimed Thriller Master, David Morrell, comes a classic espionage tale that changed the genre, paving the way for the historical/religious thrillers of Dan Brown, Steve Berry, and James Rollins.

In a remote monastery in Vermont, a mysterious man has spent six years alone in a cell, doing penance for unnamed sins that he committed for his government. His only human contact is the hand that delivers his spartan meals through a slot in his...
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The Fraternity of the Stone: An Espionage Thriller

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Overview

From acclaimed Thriller Master, David Morrell, comes a classic espionage tale that changed the genre, paving the way for the historical/religious thrillers of Dan Brown, Steve Berry, and James Rollins.

In a remote monastery in Vermont, a mysterious man has spent six years alone in a cell, doing penance for unnamed sins that he committed for his government. His only human contact is the hand that delivers his spartan meals through a slot in his door. He allows himself only one small pleasure, the companionship of a mouse. When the mouse dies, nibbling bread, a terrible suspicion makes him finally leave his sanctuary and confront the ruthless enemies that he prayed he had left behind.

Beginning with the Crusades and the origin of the word “assassin,” THE FRATERNITY OF THE STONE was the first novel to deal with Opus Dei, the Vatican’s civilian intelligence community. If you like to read about ancient conspiracies that threaten the modern world, this is where the genre began.
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Editorial Reviews

Steve Berry
“David Morrell is, to me, the finest thriller writer living today, bar none.”
James Rollins
“A master storyteller.”

Dean Koontz

“Morrell, an absolute master of the thriller, plays by his own rules and leaves you dazzled.”

Publishers Weekly
“As cunningly woven as a spider’s web.”

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013276888
  • Publisher: David Morrell Enterprises
  • Publication date: 10/12/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 65,349
  • File size: 353 KB

Meet the Author

David Morrell is the author of FIRST BLOOD, the award-winning novel in which Rambo was created. He holds a Ph. D. in American literature from Penn State and was a professor in the English department at the University of Iowa. His numerous New York Times bestsellers include the classic spy novel, THE BROTHERHOOD OF THE ROSE, the basis for the only television mini-series to be broadcast after a Super Bowl. An Edgar, Anthony, and Macavity nominee, Morrell is the recipient of the prestigious Thriller Master award from the International Thriller Writers organization. His latest novel is a Victorian mystery/thriller, MURDER AS A FINE ART.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 19, 2014

    Great read

    I found this book to be every bit as exciting as "The Rose"and "Night and Fog". Great characters and story line as only the author can do. Great stand alone story but even better when tied into the trilogy.

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