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Summary

Father Kevin Thrall, chaplain to an inner-city parochial school in Washington, D.C., leads a quiet and rewarding life. But to the Vatican, Thrall's past of elite military combat is uniquely suited for a dangerous mission - one directly tied to the mysterious prophecy revealed by the Blessed Virgin to three Portuguese shepherd children. The three Secrets of Fatima were closely held by the Vatican for decades, but many believe that the Vatican withheld important - and possibly dangerous - parts of the Third Secret. Unfolding as both a modern-day spy thriller and a spiritual quest, Father Thrall faces implacable enemies both within and outside of the Church who will test his abilities and his faith. His failure could shake the very foundations of the world.

©2016 Peter J. Tanous (P)2016 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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CIA meets the Vatican via Dan Brown

This story started with such promise but gradually it's essential juices sank into the sands of familiarity. What did we have ...A priest with a record for killing...a plea from the Vatican to solve a problem...a problem prefaced by a touch of thuggery and deception... more mysteries and a goodly amount of religious nonsense. Oh and a touch of frustration borne honourable by our priest who is in love with a woman from his past. I felt like giving up after a while but I had invested good hours in this story but I knew how it would finish. Of course, it ended, in disappointment.

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This novel is like a "Window Into A Hidden World"!

Peter J. Tanous fact-based novel had my attention from the first until the last sentence.

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  • Valelia Nansen Van Hoorebeke
  • 15-06-17

Wonderful book from start to finish

I don't usually listen to long books this fast but this book got me hooked from start to finish. This is a great book, lots of actions and educational materials. I will give it a 100 stars if i could. I am a very busy person but I finished this book in two days. I listened to this book in my car, lunch breaks, jogging, while cleaning around the house and doing laundry. I will strongly recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a wonderful book to listen to.

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  • IKS
  • 13-06-17

blown away<br />

fantastic! should be made into a movie. didn't love the narrator though. hope there​ will be a sequel.

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  • Tanya Rahall
  • 02-03-17

The Secret of Fatima...loved it

What a terrific mystery; and a Catholic priest as a central character in a thriller may be a first. The ending is a real shocker! Wow.

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  • Neil Kane
  • 02-07-17

I want to return this

This novel is not holding my interest and I only persevered for about 3 chapters

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