The Unholy Trinity by Paul Adam

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Unholy Trinity is a gripping, highly original political thriller set in contemporary Italy. Rome foreign correspondent, Andy Chapman, investigates the killing of a controversial left-wing priest and discovers evidence which appears to implicate the Vatican in the death. He turns his information over to the investigating magistrate, the beautiful Elena Fiorini, and together they begin a hunt for the killers. Probing deeper, they find themselves up against the might of the Catholic Church and a sinister network of neo-Fascist fanatics. They are drawn into a terrifying web of betrayal and violent death in which their own lives are put at risk. Their quest leads them to the very heart of the Vatican and back to the last days of Mussolini’s dictatorship, when people changed their identities but not their allegiances
Played out against the haunting ruins of Rome’s ancient city, Unholy Trinity is a pulsating thriller of stunning plausibility.

About Paul Adam

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Paul Adam was born in Coventry in 1958. He studied law at Nottingham University, then began a career in journalism. Paul Adam's books have sold widely around the world and have been translated into several foreign languages. Adam is the author of a number on critically-acclaimed thrillers for adults including: Unholy Trinity, Shadow Chasers, Flash Point, Sleeper, and Paganini's Ghost. He is also the author of the Max Cassidy series for younger readers. The first book in the series, Escape from Shadow Island won the Salford Children's Book Award 2010 and was shortlisted for 4 other awards.
Published December 17, 2011 by Endeavour Publishing. 470 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Political & Social Sciences. Fiction

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Chapman's Italian journalist friend Enzo breaks a story linking the murder to neo-Fascists, and Chapman tapes a young street urchin who claims that a member of Parliament visited the priest just before his murder.

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