“The Fraternity of the Stone” by David Morell

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“The Fraternity of the Stone,” ($15. 480 pages. Soft cover.) The brothers from “Rose” join forces to learn why old men are mysteriously disappearing. At first, the disappearances seem to have no connection to each other, but it’s soon evident that the sins of the fathers are being visited upon the sons.

The third book in this trilogy, “The League Of Night and Fog,” will be re-released next spring.

Other Morrell books Grit-Lit recommends included: “Desperate Measures,” “The Fifth Profession,” “Assumed Identity,” and “Extreme Denial.”

Do yourself a favor. Spend your summer with David Morrell. With 29 outstanding books, you can’t go wrong.

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  1. My first visit here – and SOOOO pleased to see the first item I read is about David Morrell! He was one of the first major authors I started following, trying to read all of his books – and ‘Fraternity…’ was my introduction to his work.

    In fact, despite having a TBR pile that would give the Eiger a run for its money, I’m tempted to go back and re-read Frat and the others!

    Loving this site – a good place to chill out and dip in!

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