Sacred Heart by Marcel Montecino

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From the New York Times bestselling author of The Crosskiller and Big Time comes a stunning novel of rival brothers and colliding fates. When wiseguy Tommy Coyne heads for cover with Frank, his pious Jesuit brother in Mexico, he does it in his own unique style--disguised as a priest. But the holy charade has become more than a scheme to outrun his demons--it's a matter of redemption.

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Published January 1, 1997 by Pocket Books, NY. 384 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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Still masquerading as a priest, Tommy expects to escape into Going My Way, but militant Father Frank, in a frenzied attempt to compensate for years of pacifism, plans a scenario instead out of The Wild Bunch: His cristeros will dynamite a train bringing 50,000 pesos to tyrannical General Terrazas...

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When a dirty cop sells out the Irish-run Coyne mob of New York City's Hell's Kitchen to their Italian enemies, sole survivor Tommy Coyne finds himself in an ugly situation: trapped in his parish church, surrounded by bloodthirsty cops, holding priest John O'Rourke hostage.

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