The Holy Bullet by Luís Miguel Rocha

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Deep in the Vatican's inner sanctum lies a dark and terrifying secret . . . a secret that has been concealed for decades, and one that its keepers will stop at nothing to protect. In 1978 Pope John Paul I dies in mysterious circumstances. His successor, John Paul II, emerges from the conclave unaware that he is in mortal danger. It is only through the actions of a few loyal operatives that his assassination is prevented. Thirty years later journalist Sarah Monteiro begins to uncover the sinister machinations of a covert agency, whose web of lies and injustice hides the true power behind the throne. It would seem that the dark forces are still at large, and Sarah faces a life-or-death struggle in the name of truth and faith.
 

About Luís Miguel Rocha

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LUÍS MIGUEL ROCHA was born in Oporto, Portugal, and worked for many years in London as a television writer and producer. He now lives in Portugal, where he continues to write for television and film.
 
Published August 11, 2009 by Jove. 608 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror, Education & Reference, History. Fiction

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The Holy Bullet is a challenging read, but worth the effort.

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And the doubts boil down to this: can we trust the versions of events given to us by official government bodies or news media that relies at least partially on official information to construct its stories?.

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