An intriguing narrative set in Melbourne, Man of God follows the life and adventures of its protagonist, Vincent Orion, who is a councillor for the fictional city of Princeton. As the story unfolds the reader perceives a critical view of local government in Victoria. Councillors are presented as corrupt, inept, or dishonest - or all three. They are interested in free meals, the hospitality, the perks of office and the petty power that being a councillor provides them. Vincent tries to be upright in this immoral sphere but finds himself increasingly drawn into a spiral of deceit, lies and corruption.