Vatican Gold

Vatican Gold

by Tom Stern

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ISBN-13: 9780970305619
Publisher: AEI Titan
Publication date: 11/28/2002
Pages: 248
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.10(h) x 0.60(d)

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Vatican Gold 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Tom Stern¿s second novel, Vatican Gold is as exciting as his first. Drawing on the characters established in the award-winning Gold Fever, the author weaves an intriguing tale of terrorism and corruption steeply based in the ancient traditions of the Catholic church. The story, tapered with human emotions and based on excruciating research, begins after the World Trade Center bombings and unfolds in a continuous crescendo, building to its exciting climax. The book, though fiction, rings true to life and presents several plausible scenarios for what a war against terrorism may really be like in the end. The writer¿s succinct style and elaborate detail makes this exciting reading and a must read for anyone who wants to look into the future of a world at war with terrorists.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Tom SternÕs second novel, Vatican Gold is as exciting as his first. Drawing on the characters established in Gold Fever, Stern weaves an intriguing tale of terrorism and corruption steeply based in the ancient traditions of the Catholic church. The story, tapered with human emotions and based on excruciating research, begins after the World Trade Center bombings and unfolds in a continuous crescendo, building to its exciting climax. The book, though fiction, rings true to life and presents several plausible scenarios for what a war against terrorism may really be like in the end. The writerÕs succinct style and elaborate detail makes this exciting reading and a must read for anyone who wants to look into the future of a world at war with terrorists