By Alex Kava
While a monsignor is located knifed to loss of life in a Nebraska airport restroom, FBI unique agent Maggie O'Dell is termed in to profile the ritualistic homicide of a clergyman, the newest in a chain of killings. Maggie quickly discovers a stressful net online game that's renowned between sufferers of abuse via Catholic monks. With this primary actual lead within the research, she wonders if the crowd has became our on-line world justice into fact. Then Maggie will get a moment lead—one that leaves her stunned.
For the prior 4 years she has been enthusiastic about discovering Father Michael Keller, whose brutal acts opposed to teenagers proceed to hang-out her. Now, it kind of feels, he has develop into a aim. while Keller deals to assist Maggie resolve the ritual killings in trade for cover, she makes a decision to best friend herself with the elusive baby killer, getting into an international of malevolence from which she would possibly not go back unscathed.
Maggie is aware the discount is an important evil…one that could be made in blood….
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