The Devil's advocate : a dramatization of the novel by Morris L. West.

; West, Morris, 1916-1999. Devil's advocate
New York : Morrow, 1961.

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Other Authors West, Morris, 1916-1999.
Subjects West, Morris, 1916-1999. Devil's advocate.
Description 134 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date 1961.
Summary A dying English priest is dispatched from Rome as a canonical inquisitor in order to investigate the cult of sainthood that has grown around Giacomo Nerone in the desolate town of Calabria in Southern Italy... The story unfolds as the Monsignor Blaise Meredith interviews Nerone's widow, Nina Sanduzzi, Nerone's friend, Dr. Aldo Myers, a Jew among the Catholics, a wealthy Contessa, who was in love with Nerone and Contessa's guest, Nicholas Black, an English painter. Nerone's character comes alive through Dr. Myers and his widow's narration of events leading to his death by firing squad by a partisan mob. Nerone's life in the small town is revealed gradually like clouds parting to reveal the sun. He is a British officer who disserts his post after a horrifying accident where he kills an infant and the parents. With a bullet in his shoulder he runs away to find love, peace and God. He eventually finds all three. --Vijay B. Kimar, et al at Amazon.com.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)689971
(OCoLC)ocm00689971
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WorldCat Identities Schary, Dore.
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