Plunging into a murder in the Tomb of Jesus and thinking the victim could be her missing daughter, Film Director Anna Engel finds herself caught in a bloody-old religious conspiracy involving the Vatican and Nazi Germany. And Vatican Jack slaughters everywhere Anna goes, because her daughter, Hellen, is an autistic savant with secrets that anti-Catholic forces think will end the Roman Catholic Church. Dodging her own murder, fearing police, and now the prime suspect in a sacrilegious murder in the holiest church in all of Christendom, Anna runs and hides in macabre places, aided by a delusional Scientologist and her sidekick-lover Adam Reuter, a German-Jewish Historian. She has six days to solve Hellen's cryptic codes or die. But can she unlock her daughter's secrets in time, save her own life, and discover the true nature of her divine daughter's dark disappearance? "It's just plain better written than Dan Brown's Da Vinci Code." - Vincent Zandri, award-winning author of As Catch Can.
- Paperback | 232 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 14.73mm | 412.77g
- 30 Dec 2009
- London, United Kingdom