Betrayal of faith

by Bello, Mark M.,

Format: Print Book 2016
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When Jennifer Tracey discovers that her new parish priest has harmed her two sons, she encounters the Coalition'a secret church organization tasked with the responsibility of taking care of these types of incidents quickly and quietly and by any means necessary. Jennifer decides to file a lawsuit against the priest and the church and seeks out an attorney, Zachary Blake, who handled her late husband's industrial death case. However, through an unfortunate series of events, Zachary has gone from the penthouse to the poorhouse, working out of a dingy one-room office, handling traffic cases. Although Jennifer has misgivings, she reluctantly retains him, and they call a press conference to announce their lawsuit. Zack hires an investigator, the infamous Micah Love, who travels to Ohio, where he discovers that two families have disappeared after an encounter with the same priest'and the one person who may provide some answers has died under mysterious circumstances. Religion, law, betrayal, mystery, intrigue, faith, and love converge in Michigan for the trial of the century. Will Zachary resurrect his troubled career and obtain the justice Jennifer seeks for her kids? Or will the church and the Coalition and its mysterious leader prevail in covering up the decadent acts of the priest and circumvent justice once again?
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Subjects Catholic Church -- United States -- Clergy -- Fiction.
Trials (Child sexual abuse) -- Michigan -- Fiction.
Child sexual abuse by clergy -- Fiction.
Missing persons -- Middle West -- Fiction.
Private investigators -- United States -- Fiction.
Ohio -- Fiction.
Michigan -- Fiction.
Detective and mystery fiction.
Legal stories.
Publisher Bloomington, IN :2016
Language English
Description 295 pages ; 24 cm
ISBN 9781532006272
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