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by Allan Folsom
Download Day of Confession fb2
Genre Fiction
  • Author:
    Allan Folsom
  • ISBN:
    0751520195
  • ISBN13:
    978-0751520194
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Time Warner Books Uk (August 1999)
  • Pages:
    576 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Genre Fiction
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  • FB2 format
    1567 kb
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    1815 kb
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    1529 kb
  • Rating:
    4.5
  • Votes:
    488
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Also by Allan Folsom. The Day After Tomorrow.

Also by Allan Folsom. This is a work of fiction.

He wrote five books: The Day After Tomorrow (1994), Day of Confession (1998), The Exile (2004), The Machiavelli Covenant (2006) and The Hadrian Memorandum (2009)

Allan Reed Folsom (December 9, 1941 – May 16, 2014) was an American screenwriter and novelist. Born in Orlando, Florida, Folsom grew up in Boston, United States. He wrote five books: The Day After Tomorrow (1994), Day of Confession (1998), The Exile (2004), The Machiavelli Covenant (2006) and The Hadrian Memorandum (2009). His first novel, The Day After Tomorrow, debuted at on the New York Times bestseller list and netted over . million copies. He lived in Santa Barbara, California with his family

This was a really great book and Allan Folsom did not let me down. Everything from Vatican intrigue to people finding themselves.

This was a really great book and Allan Folsom did not let me down. I do not know the process for putting books in e-form, but if the books I may read in this format in the future are like this one, I think I will stay with paper. The number of typos throughout the book was phenomenal. $ signs for the letter s to name one of the typos present throughout.

Day of Confession book. Until the international success of THE DAY AFTER TOMORROW, Allan Folsom was a jobbing screen writer, contributing to such series as Hart to Hart. He lived in Santa Barbara with his wife, an artist, and their young daughter. Mr. Folsom died of complications of melanoma. Books by Allan Folsom. Mor. rivia About Day of Confession.

A heart-thumping whirlwind of action, suspense & murder that reaches deep into the highest levels of Vatican power & uncovers a demonic scheme to massacre hundreds of thousands of Chinese in an attempt to establish a new Holy Roman Empire on the Chinese mainland in the twenty-first century. Former LAPD rogue detective Nicholas Marten has come out of hiding to hunt down the killers of his childhood sweetheart. The wife of a controversial United States congressman, she and her husband and son were mysteriously murdered soon after the congressman discovered a massive clandestine bioweapons program.

City of Hefei, Anhui Province,Water Filtration Plant A. Tuesday, July 14, 4:30 . clipped to the lapel of his jacket, nodding to the half-asleep Chinese Army security officer sitting at a table just beyond. Then, opening another door, he turned down a hallway and walked by the main control room, where a lone female engineer kept one eye loosely on a back wall of gauges and meters that measured, among other things, pressure, turbidity, flow rates, and chemical.

Author: Allan Folsom.

Поиск книг и журналов. Allan Folsom Day Of Confession. Day Of Confession (Folsom Allan).

After the phenomenal success of THE DAY AFTER TOMORROW, Allan Folsom has created another dazzling thriller of heart-stopping action involving a chillingly credible int'l conspiracy. The Addison brothers, Harry & Danny, have been estranged for many years, but when Danny calls from Rome pleading for Harry to get in touch, his brother doesn't ignore him. Except it seems he is too late, as Danny was on board a tourist bus which was blown apart by a bomb. But when Harry arrives in Italy he is plunged into a Kafka-esque nightmare, discovering that his brother is accused of assassinating the Cardinal Vicar of Rome and when he dares to suggest that Danny is still alive he finds that someone is willing to frame him for murder before he can start to clear Danny's name. Alone and vulnerable in a foreign country, Harry is sucked into the maelstrom of a conspiracy in the heart of the Vatican, where men of God are using the devil's hand to further the influence of the Catholic Church. A tense and absorbing thriller.

Vetalol
My first Folsom book and I will order more of them. Intrigue at the highest level of the Vatican with two brothers, a lawyer and a priest, become the unlikely axis around which the world must be saved from evil in the Catholic Church. If you have been to Rome you will enjoy the city as the setting for this cat and mouse thriller. Have you ever found yourself reading words faster than were registered in your mind? This thriller was like that for me as I could not help speeding through one sentence to the next being captured in suspense.
Ironrunner
It starts off pretty good, but soon you start to notice all the misspellings and typos. As the story gets harder and harder to believe, the mistakes get worse, also. Soon you are having a hard time understanding some of the sentences where "the" is spelled "die" repeatedly, "that" is spelled "mat" and sometimes commas or apostrophes or dollar signs show up in the middle of a sentence or a word. The author is as ruthless as his villain, and the hero does things that defy believability. Still the story drags on and on until you don't care who lives or dies as long as it finally ends. When I pay good money for a book, I expect it to be professionally edited, even if the story is lame.
Sennnel
One of my favorite all time books ... I also have to in Italian. I own a copy in hardcover and on my kindle and sent this copy to my cousin. I love this story, as did my husband.
Ustamya
Tremendously compelling page turner. Conspiracies abound in The Vatican. A Cardinal is murdered, water supplies in China are poisoned. Is a CIA deep cover mole planted in The Vatican? An American entertainment lawyer finds himself in the middle of this fast moving novel. Even though it's almost 700 pages the reader can hardly stop turning those pages. There are about 25 characters in the book that are well developed and relevant and believable. I really can't rave enough!
Usishele
This was a really great book and Allan Folsom did not let me down. Everything from Vatican intrigue to people finding themselves. I do not know the process for putting books in e-form, but if the books I may read in this format in the future are like this one, I think I will stay with paper. The number of typos throughout the book was phenomenal. $$ signs for the letter s to name one of the typos present throughout. Sometimes I had to read a sentence two or three times just to get the gist of what the author was saying. Very frustrating that if someone was paid to type out the book, no one was paid to edit. If it was scanned from the paper version, I can't believe the original had this many typos. Would I recommend the book, yes! Would I recommend it in Kindle or e-form, NO.
Majin
great
Arilak
Happy with order
The Kindle versions are a bit pricey but well worth the expense. He really tells a good story. Does excellent character development. He also paints a picture that can be easily visualized.