Stefan Vučak’s foray into the murky workings of the Vatican secret service!
Father Paulini Garbaldi, a researcher in the Vatican Secret Archives, finds a first century papyrus that claims Jesus was John the Baptist’s disciple and the second Messiah. Before deciding what to do, he brings the papyrus to his friend in Boston for authentication. Afraid that Garbaldi will publish, the Vatican’s secret service, The Entity, send an assassin to Boston to recover the tractate.
Garbaldi meets Tom Meecham, an FBI agent, and explains the importance of the tractate after realizing his Church was prepared to murder to keep it secret. Retrieving the papyrus, the assassin kills Garbaldi, but he is still to recover the papyrus. Meanwhile, Meecham has a fake papyrus made and leaves it in his hotel room as bait for the assassin.
Meecham obtains NSA transcripts of phone conversations between the assassin and The Entity, which gives him the needed evidence to go after both.
Stefan Vučak’s All the Evils is a shocking thriller about the Vatican’s secret service that will make you question your beliefs.
The 2013 prestigious Eric Hoffer contest finalist
There is not a thriller quite like Stefan Vucak’s All the Evils found anywhere in the marketplace today.
Heavy with intrigue if you like who-dun-it mysteries, this is a first rate thriller worth reading.