The Last Pope. Lus Miguel Rocha
Vatican City, 29 September 1978: the world wakes to the shocking news that Pope John Paul I is dead, just a month after his accession. Thirty years later, in London, young journalist Sarah Monteiro receives a mysterious package. Enclosed is a list of names and a coded message. Moments later a... show more
Vatican City, 29 September 1978: the world wakes to the shocking news that Pope John Paul I is dead, just a month after his accession. Thirty years later, in London, young journalist Sarah Monteiro receives a mysterious package. Enclosed is a list of names and a coded message. Moments later a masked assassin attempts to silence her for ever. It seems Sarah holds the key to unveiling a deadly secret - a plot that implicates unscrupulous mercenaries and crooked politicians, and which goes to the very heart of the Vatican. Sarah has no choice but to run, forced into a ruthless game of cat-and-mouse. She can trust no one, especially when her father's name appears on the incriminating list. Sarah finds herself at the centre of a world-wide conspiracy its keepers will stop at nothing to protect.
Publish date: August 1st 2009
Pages no: 487
Edition language: English
Series: Vaticano (#1)
Papst Johannes Paul I war nur einen Monat im Amt bevor er starb. Es gibt viele Theorien darüber. Kardinäle von damals waren in Finanzskandale verwickelt, haben in Pornographie und Waffenhandel investiert und der neue Papst war dagegen. Deshalb wurde er angeblich umgebracht. Von den Freimaurern (von ...
This is a good spy/thriller novel and a very quick read. It's the kind of fast-paced book I like to read just for the fun of it, so I didn't go into it with any expectations, other than to be entertained by some "what ifs?" for a few hours.It's written with a blend of historical fact and fiction - ...
Translated by Dolores M. Koch. First sentence -Why does a man run?--------Tick the box!Man dies in art gallery in front of a famous painting after laying out some clues on the floor next to himself.It could have been a message carved into his own skin, it could have been half a word written in his o...