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INTERCESSION

INTERCESSION

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"Not for the faint-hearted."- Daniel Kenyon, author of The Savage Heart of Palermo. Bludgeoning him to death, a man who was abused by his priest returns and then sets out on a rampage with sharpened crucifixes righting the wrongs on behalf of other child victims who were sexually assaulted by their coach, Boy Scout leader, or other religious figure. A race through

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"Not for the faint-hearted."- Daniel Kenyon, author of The Savage Heart of Palermo. Bludgeoning him to death, a man who was abused by his priest returns and then sets out on a rampage with sharpened crucifixes righting the wrongs on behalf of other child victims who were sexually assaulted by their coach, Boy Scout leader, or other religious figure. A race through the streets of The Bronx, a swoop through the Magdalene Laundries in Ireland, into the Hasidic Jewish community, that then leads to the doorstep of the Vatican has a team of police, one with his own distressing past, secretly rooting for the killer, yet trying to do the job they've been hired to do. VecchiaPublishing.com

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780986047015
Publisher:
Vecchia Publishing
Publication date:
03/01/2014
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Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
336
Sales rank:
889,643
File size:
3 MB

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Louis Romano, born in the Bronx in 1950, is a successful businessman who began his literary career writing urban poetry in 1968. His career in sales, advertising, and marketing campaigns continues in his capacity as CEO and principal of Informa Energy, Inc., an energy brokerage company. His Gino Ranno series is partly inspired by stories from Sicily that were passed down through the generations, stories of murder, revenge, and of family ties and loyalties that carried through to the family’s move to New York. Romano attributes the series theme largely to the influence of his own heritage. A second generation Italian, his great-grandmother came to America from Sicily in 1891. Romano’s real life experience of growing up in New York at a time when the mob and Italian culture was peaking, influenced more than just the characters in his book.

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