By Peter Benchley
"Relentless terror." The Philadelphia Inquirer.
The vintage, blockbuster mystery of man-eating terror that encouraged the Steven Spielberg motion picture and made hundreds of thousands of beachgoers afraid to enter the water. adventure the joys of helpless horror back -- or for the 1st time!
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I unlatched the door and opened it to see my abbot standing there, his heavy features almost vibrating with pent-up rage, all the more vivid in the gusting light of the torches carried by the four monks who stood behind him, staring at me, appalled and fascinated. “Do not move, Fra Giordano,” Vita said tightly, jabbing a warning finger in my face. ” He strode into the cubicle, his nose wrinkled against the stench, holding up his lamp to check each of the corners in turn. Finding nothing, he turned to the men behind him.
Then you know all that matters at present. And I know that you are no fool. Reckless, perhaps, but not a fool. ” He smiled indulgently. “You were born in Nola, near Naples, the son of a soldier, and you entered the monastery of San Domenico Maggiore in your teens. You abandoned the order some thirteen years later, and fled through Italy for three years, pursued by the Inquisition on suspicion of heresy. You later taught in Geneva, and in France, before attracting the patronage of King Henri III in Paris.
And she would show her gratitude by other means as well—I know how important patronage and preferment can be to you writers. This would be the greatest service you could perform for her, Bruno. ” He looked at me then, eyebrows raised in a question. I hesitated. “I am flattered that Your Honour shows such faith in me—” “You have scruples, of course,” he cut in, impatiently. “And I would think the less of any man who did not. I am asking you to present a false face to your hosts, and an honest man should pause before taking on such a role.