Day of Confession

Day of Confession

by Allan Folsom
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Day of Confession by Allan Folsom

In Italy, the Cardinal Vicar of Rome is assassinated during a papal celebration. In Los Angeles, entertainment lawyer Harry Addison receives a desperate message from his long-estranged brother, Father Daniel Addison, a Vatican priest. Hours later a tour bus with Father Daniel aboard explodes on the road to Assisi.

When Harry arrives in Italy to claim his brother's body, he discovers that not only may Father Daniel still be alive, but he is the prime suspect in the murder of the Cardinal Vicar. In a sudden turn, Harry finds himself framed for the murder of an Italian policeman. Now on the run and on his brother's trail, Harry is thrust into a terrifying world of horror and deception where an international terrorist hunts Father Daniel as relentlessly as the authorities...and where a monstrous conspiracy arises from the very heart of the Vatican.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780446604536
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Publication date: 07/01/1999
Pages: 688
Sales rank: 922,322
Product dimensions: 7.80(w) x 5.00(h) x 1.50(d)

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Day of Confession 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was the first Allan Folsom novel that I've read. It certainly won't be the last. 'Day of Confession' was one of the most memorable books that I've ever read, and I read very often. I love the way Folsom intertwines different storylines and brings them all together in a clean and exciting way. The lead-ins are done perfectly from chapter to chapter. The length of the book is of no consequence. Once the reader reads the very beginning, he/she will be taken in-hook, line, and sinker. The story reads very fast, and it literally was hard to put down. Not lost in all this, the plot and characters are gripping and emotion-evoking. All in all, this was one book that delivers 'edge of your seat' reading from page one and doesn't let up til the back cover.
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Pseudocritic More than 1 year ago
This book was mediocre compared to "The Day After Tomorrow". The transitions from one subplot to the next were like repeated tripping on sidewalk cracks. I didn't find the characters particularly interesting nor were their ability to get out of difficult situations believable. However, I will try another novel by this author. I think that the author has the potential to put out another "kick ass" novel like "The Day After Tomorrow".
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Guest More than 1 year ago
An OK read, with some plot twists, most of which were unpredictable, although none were good enough to make you go, 'Darn! I never expected that!' The last hundred pages were utterly boring and a waste of time, with the exception of the last few pages. I would say this book is NOT worth reading, for all it is.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you like conspiracy, corruption, and foreign lands.. this is your book. It's absolutely one of the best works ever and if you need a good read .. this is it
Guest More than 1 year ago
A GREAT FOLLOW-UP FOR A RECENT RECALL OF an exciting visit to wonderful Rome.