THE MASS OF BROTHER MICHEL by Michael Kent

THE MASS OF BROTHER MICHEL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A eally entertaining novel that is also a religious work is hard to find, and you know how well the Masterful Monk Mnk type of book sells and rents. This is a story of sixteenth century France, of the volatile de Guillemonts, and of Michel whose love for onies ouis conflicted with his love of the Mass. Fine qualities and base, family feuds and jealousies all enter in to give the story substance. Primarily for Roman Catholics or those sympathetic to the faith.

Publisher: Bruce