Schism

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Pocket Books, 1982 - Devereaux (Fictitious character) - 370 pages
8 Reviews
Father Leo Tunney, a missionary who disappeared twenty years before, returns from the jungles of Cambodia and attracts the interest of intelligence agents working for the CIA, the KGB, and the Vatican

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Review: Schism (November Man #2)

User Review  - Lee - Goodreads

Another solid Devereaux adventure in which the series' protagonist is more a 'bit-part' player in the mission. Still a good read and the plot is better than the original novel, though Devereaux is the man that keeps the interest for me. Read full review

Review: Schism (November Man #2)

User Review  - Scott Parsons - Goodreads

Another brilliant November Man novel by Bill Granger! This is my first read of 2015. If I had finished it a few days earlier, I would have rated it one of the best books I had read in 2014. This is ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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Bill Granger (1941-2012) was a Chicago journalist who wrote for the "United Press International"'s""Chicago bureau, the "Chicago Tribune", and the "Chicago Sun Times", among others, and published more than twenty novels under the pseudonyms Joe Gash and Bill Griffith.

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