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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.

The demons of the criminal world are not his only adversaries. Jaded and agnostic, the disillusioned priest struggles to find a place on the borderlines of the spiritual and secular worlds of his posting to Vatican Internal Investigations. He has as yet found no such sanctuary.

©2015 Jeff L. Spence (P)2015 Jeff L. Spence

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very disappointing

What would have made Timidus better?

nothing could improve this book

What do you think your next listen will be?

perhaps Johnathan Kellerman, Kerry Greenwood or Kathy Reichs

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Peter Jacobson?

The narrator was not the problem the content was

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

no