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Sunday, June 5, 2011

Brotherhood of the Rose by David Morrell

  Like all Morrell books, a good bit of action

David Morrell

Brotherhood of the Rose is set in the Cold War era in the world of big time spies. Two orphans living in an orphanage, Saul and Chris, were singled out for education and training that led to them being paired together as super spies working for the CIA. Now, the man who trained them - the man they consider to be their father - has betrayed them. Saul and Chris avoid all sorts of troubles as they unravel an international plot against them and combat the international forces arrayed against them.

My review:

Like in all of Morrell's books, there is plenty of well-written action and interesting characters. Plenty of thought went into this world of conspiracy. The action is detailed, but not overly so. It is not Morrell's best work, but it is certainly worth the read.

I give this one a solid 4 stars out of 5.

This book can be found on Amazon.com here: The Brotherhood of the Rose

Reviewed on March 4, 2006.

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