Volume six of The Masterful Monk series; and this one comes closest to catching the same interest that characterized the...

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THE TREMAYNES AND THE MASTERFUL MONK

Volume six of The Masterful Monk series; and this one comes closest to catching the same interest that characterized the most popular of the group. The Masterful Monk. The villain of the book is seen carrying out his vicious plans, with his victims not sure whether he is insane, criminal, a pathological case or diabolical. The unravelling of the mystery involves all of his family and the monk, humanly divine but divinely human, and intent on saving the villain from himself. A book that readers of any faith, who enjoy psychological novels, will like. There's enough religion for those who want it, but not enough to turn others aside. Catholic market particularly.

Pub Date: Oct. 1, 1940

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Page Count: -

Publisher: Longman, Green

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Oct. 1, 1940