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Forbidden Love, Murder, and the Modern Inquisition
Frank Donnelly is a physicist, a university professor, and a Catholic priest. He has a few problems. For one, the Vatican's reply to his petition to marry the sixth-grade teacher at St. Elizabeth's was downright hostile. Also, he has been receiving threatening emails similar to ones received by a murdered priest. Is Frank next?
And what about those cosmic ray tracks in the cloud chambers in his lab? They are just too numerous to be explained by the laws of physics. Are they of supernatural origin? At least the Vatican thinks so and may be willing to make an unprecedented concession to stop Frank's experiments.
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About the Author
Frank A. Smith earned his bachelor's degree in physics from Villanova University and his master's and doctorate from Temple University. He spent most of his professional career as Professor of Physics at West Chester University. He is the author of numerous papers in professional journals and of the internet study guide Physics Problems Animated. This is his first novel. He resides with his wife in West Chester, Pa and Ocean City, NJ.: email@example.com