Broken Dove

Broken Dove

eBook - 2012
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FROM USA TODAY BESTSELLING AUTHOR J. ROBERT KENNEDY COMES BROKEN DOVE, A SHOCKING, CONTROVERSIAL THRILLER THAT REVEALS A SECRET THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH HAS DESPERATELY HIDDEN FOR OVER ONE THOUSAND YEARS! When the new Pope, a member of an ancient organization descendant from the Roman Empire, assumes control of the Roman Catholic Church, an organization founded by Saint Peter himself takes action, murdering one of the new Pope's operatives. Detective Chaney, called in by the Pope to investigate, disappears, and, to the horror of the Papal staff sent to inform His Holiness, they find him missing too, the only clue a secret chest presented to each new Pope on the eve of their election, since the beginning of the Church. Interpol Agent Reading, determined to find his friend, calls Professors James Acton and Laura Palmer to Rome to examine the chest and its forbidden contents, but before they can arrive, they are intercepted by an organization older than the Church, demanding the professors retrieve an item stolen in ancient Judea in exchange for the lives of their friends. It is the most infamous kidnapping in history, set against the backdrop of a two thousand year old battle pitting ancient foes with diametrically opposed agendas. From USA Today bestselling author J. Robert Kennedy comes Broken Dove, the third entry in the smash hit James Acton Thrillers series, where Kennedy reveals a secret concealed by the Church for almost 1200 years, and a fascinating interpretation of what the real reason behind the denials might be. Available James Acton Thrillers: The Protocol, Brass Monkey, Broken Dove, The Templar's Relic, Flags of Sin, The Arab Fall, The Circle of Eight, The Venice Code, Pompeii's Ghosts, Amazon Burning, The Riddle. --Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : J. Robert Kennedy, 2012.
ISBN: 9781301341900
Branch Call Number: EBOOK
Characteristics: data file
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