When hematologist Dr. Carl Martin is called into a Little Rock emergency room, not even his expertise can save Benjamin Rasco from bleeding to death. But why did the man die? His condition shouldn't have been fatal. And no one should have such bizarre red blood cells.
"Finally, A Real Medical Mystery..."
Of course part of what made Galileo such a monumental figure was the fact that he was ahead of his time and that he mostly refused to conform to the accepted dogmas of contemporary society. As he once put it, "Philosophy is written in that great book which ever lies before our eyes - I mean the universe - but we cannot understand it if we do not first learn the language and grasp the symbols, in which it is written."
Father Daniel Wolfe, burnt out from investigating the most heinous of acts committed within the mysterious cloisters of the Catholic Church, is called by police to the scene of a crime. There, on the floor before the altar of a Miami sanctuary, is the body of a man. A policeman. His brother.
"Enjoyed meeting Father Wolfe"
Who can save the last boy on Earth? Kingsley, 14, is too fat to wear swim trunks and too poor to play golf. But when colony collapse disorder finishes off the bees and moves on to anything with a Y chromosome, Kingsley has more to lose than video games and the attention of the girl he loves. Kingsley's mother believes millions of dollars in research can save her son, and she'll lie, steal, and worse to get it. Can an unscrupulous mother and a spirited girl save the last boy on Earth?
"Reviewing the Kingsley audible book"
The thrilling sequel to Viaticum, Timidus follows Father Daniel Wolfe as he tracks a cunning serial killer whose actions scarred the lives of those close to him - and threaten to do much more. In the course of this unofficial case, he also finds a dangling thread from the cardboard box investigation, a clue that may put him face to face with the head of the child pornography ring...or may result in his own death.