The Hawkeland Cache by Eugene FitzMaurice

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"If the Jesuits were the greatest spy-masters the world had ever known, then a novel could be written combining the thrilling action of adventure-suspense with a moving presentation of the deepest issues of faith which confront the Church of Rome. Eugene FitzMaurice has done so--superbly--in the Hawkeland Cache, the story of a Jesuit plot to control the world's oil supply. Incredible? No.............."

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Published January 1, 1980 by Wyndham Books. 365 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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An enormously entertaining, vastly conceived melodrama covering the entire history of the Jesuits—the spiritual army of the Pope founded in 1534—up to the near future, all of it hinging on an oil formula (it can be made from common earth!) now being sought by the world's intelligence ...

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