The Greater Glory by David F. Ruppert

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A solid, often engaging thriller that will likely appeal to fans of conspiracy theories and high adventure.
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Washington, DC, police detective Peter Gallagher is called to investigate the death of a young Jesuit priest in what appears a tragic accident. What he uncovers, instead, is far more complicated: the legacy of a Cold War political conspiracy, involving Washington power brokers, the CIA, and the secret inner workings of the Vatican.

In a desperate race to reveal the truth, Gallagher joins forces with the young and beautiful Laura Miller, the daughter of an American ambassador. Together they embark on a dangerous journey through Washington, DC, and into Central America, risking their careers, and their lives, while spies, politicians, and prelates attempt to outmaneuver one another in a battle for temporal and spiritual power. Throughout it all, the competing sides in this deadly struggle justify their own clandestine actions with the most important, and only, motivation shared among them all. They call it: The Greater Glory.
 

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Published June 18, 2013 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 350 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Political & Social Sciences. Fiction
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A solid, often engaging thriller that will likely appeal to fans of conspiracy theories and high adventure.

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