God's Dog

God's Dog

Book - 2014
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Set in a not-too-distant future, and moving between Rome and Amsterdam, God's Dog is a thriller unlike any you have read before. It is the eve of Pope Benedict XVIII's canonisation and Domingo Salazar, a Haitian orphan and now a Vatican secret agent, is hellbent on defeating the Angels of Death, pro-abortion and pro-euthanasia dissidents who are undermining the Pope's authority. But as Salazar closes in on the cell he finds his life turned upside down. Suddenly it is Salazar and his closest friend Guntur who are under suspicion of sabotaging the administration. Their concept for a globalised religion called Bible-Koranism has upset the Church and they are in grave danger, as is Guntur's infamous Swahili-speaking chimpanzee Django. God's Dog is a spoof on the absurdities of institutionalised religion that will delight aficionados of thrillers as well as fans of Diego Marani.
Publisher: Melbourne, Vic. : Text Publishing, 2014.
ISBN: 9781922147714
Characteristics: 152 p. ; 24 cm.
Additional Contributors: Landry, Judith


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Mar 08, 2017

This book is an inventive detective story. I hope there will be more books about this Dominican monk, one of the Vatican's secret agents.

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