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The Assassini by Thomas Gifford
« on: January 10, 2016, 02:55 AM »
Name of the book: The Assassini
Genre: Thriller / Mystery (Historical)
Book publish year: 1991
Rating (out of 5): 2
Brief intro: It is 1982.  In the Vatican, priestly vultures gather around the dying Pope, whispering the names of possible successors.  In a forgotten monastery on Ireland's gale-swept coast, a dangerous document is hidden, waiting to be claimed.  And in a family chapel in Princeton, New Jersey, a nun is murdered at her prayers.  Sister Valentine was an outspoken activist, a thorn in the Church's side.  When her brother, lawyer Ben Driskill, realizes the Church will never investigate her death, he sets out to find the murderer himself--and uncovers an explosive secret. The Assassini.  An age-old brotherhood of killers.  Once they were hired by princes of the Church to protect it in dangerous times.  But whose orders do they now obey?

Review: Another book I couldn't connect with, and struggled to finish. On top of that, I saw the end coming.
 

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