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God's Spy

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ISBN-10: 0525949941

ISBN-13: 9780525949947

Edition: 2007

Authors: Juan G�mez-Jurado, James Graham

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An instant bestseller in Spain, with rights sold in twenty-eight countries and counting, Gods Spyis a spectacular contemporary thriller set in the Vatican, where, in the aftermath of Pope John Paul IIs death, the hunt for a serial killer reveals a chilling conspiracy. In the days following the Popes death, a cardinal is found brutally murdered in a chapel in Rome, his eyes gouged and his hands cut off. Called in for the grisly case, police inspector Paola Dicanti learns that another cardinal was recently found dead; he had also been tortured. Desperate to find the killer before another victim dies, Paolas investigation is soon joined by Father Anthony Fowleran American priestand former Army…    
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Book details

List price: $24.95
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 4/5/2007
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 368
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.50" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.232
Language: English

Juan Gomez-Jurado was born on December 16, 1977 in Madrid, Spain. He is a columnist for La Voz de Galicia which is distributed in Spain. He is published in 42 countries which makes him one of the most successful Spanish authors of all time. He also participates in several radio and T.V. programs. His credentials include working for some of the most important Spanish Media like 40 Principales, Cadena Cope and Radio Espana. His first novel God's Spy hit the bestseller list. It is a thriller set in the Vatican around the aftermath of Pope John Paul II's death as the hunt for a serial killer reveals a chilling conspiracy. In 2008 he won the prestigious Premio de Novela Ciudad de Torrevieja for…    

James Graham won the Catherine Johnson Award for the Best Play 2007 for Eden's Empire. Other plays include Albert's Boy (recipient of a Pearson Playwriting Bursary), Little Madam (Finborough), Tory Boyz (Soho Theatre), The Man (Finborough), The Whisky Taster (Bush), Sons of York (Finborough) suddenlossofdignity.com (Bush), This House (National Theatre) and Privacy (Donmar Warehouse). James Graham also writes for TV and film.