The Seville Communion

Paperback | June 15, 2004

byArturo Perez-Reverte

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A'diabolically good' hacker puts a message on the pope's computer, pleading for him to save a seventeenth-century Spanish church-a church that is killing to defend itself.Although Our Lady of the Tears is but a crumbling baroque building in the heart of Seville, it is also the center of a multilayered mystery-one that will force ecclesiastical sleuth Father Lorenzo Quart to question his loyalty, his vow of chastity, and his faith itself.

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A'diabolically good' hacker puts a message on the pope's computer, pleading for him to save a seventeenth-century Spanish church-a church that is killing to defend itself.Although Our Lady of the Tears is but a crumbling baroque building in the heart of Seville, it is also the center of a multilayered mystery-one that will force eccles...

ARTURO PEREZ-REVERTE is the author of many critically acclaimed novels, includingThe Club Dumas,The Flanders Panel, and the Captain Alatriste series. A retired war journalist, he lives in Madrid and is a member of the Royal Spanish Academy.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:392 pages, 7.97 × 8.47 × 0.94 inPublished:June 15, 2004Publisher:Houghton Mifflin HarcourtLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0156029812

ISBN - 13:9780156029810

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PRAISE FOR THE SEVILLE COMMUNION'An elegant thriller that is as much about the elusive quest for happinessas it is about solving the murders.'-THE DENVER POST