Morris West's new novel is an exciting successor to the ten books
he has had on the New York Times bestseller list - five of those at
the number one spot!
At the heart of this thriller is Pope Leo XIV, a reactionary and
forbidding pontiff who emerges from heart bypass surgery with a
"change of heart" about a lot of things. As he struggles to
overcome the policies he himself put into place, he must battle
enemies from within the Vatican as well as Islamic terrorists
determined to assassinate him
This novel completes West's papa trilogy begun with "Shoes of the
Fisherman" (1963) and continued with "Clowns of God" (1981). It
also stands alone as a superb, exciting exploration of theological
politics in a world of crises.
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