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   Black Seraph, by Wayne E. Haley, Sean David Morton  
 
  Novel, first publication in April 2007
 
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      A lone Jesuit Priest, Father Dominic Lindquist, a spy for the most powerful and feared Secret Society on Earth, has gone rogue to unravel a conspiracy to bring about Armageddon. From the filthy vice ridden back streets of Paris and running gun battles in the bazaars of Istanbul to the gilded hallowed halls of Vatican City, Lindquist moves in a corrupt world behind the purple and gold of Papal power. A world of despotic men who will go to any extremes to maintain control of Mankind and Humanity's future. A fanatic cabal within the Church has aided former Nazis in the creation of an advanced DNA-SPECIFIC "GENE-BOMB." With it, Hitler's ultimate dream can finally be realized: The Mass Extermination of the Jewish Race. Unraveling at BREAKNECK SPEED, with more hairpin twists and turns than a Monaco mountain road, Lindquist races against time to unravel the conspiracy of Cardinals aligned against him inside the Vatican. Their plan: assassinate the Pope, and bring about Hitler's FINAL SOLUTION with the ultimate weapon, CODE-NAMED: BLACK SERAPH.

     
     
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