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Abruzzo, Italy: a young priest suffers the stigmata of the crucifixion.  

The Vatican, Rome: the Pope calls on Harvard professor Cal Donovan to investigate the truth of the priest's claim.   

Berlin, Germany: a neo-Nazi organisation believes the priest is the key to an earth-shattering secret. A secret that can be used as a deadly weapon.  

When the priest is abducted, a perilous race against the clock begins. Only Cal can track down the ruthless organisation and stop it before an apocalyptic catastrophe is unleashed.

©2018 Glenn Cooper (P)2018 Canongate Books Ltd

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Overall a good read. The narrator does a good job distinguishing between characters and the overall story is solid, although the current storyline held my interest more than the past. Not quite as good as the Will Piper series but solid.

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  • 12-13-20

Slow burner

Library of the Dead by Glen Cooper is one of my favourite books, this isnt a patch on it! Roughly the first half of the book is taken up setting the scene, before slowly drawing to a close with a rather weak ending, quite disappointing.