Terry W. Drake Releases Fourth Book in the Father Damien's War Series
KANSAS CITY, Kan.
Father John Damien resigns his position with the church after learning the Vatican's involvement in the escape of war criminals through the rat lines established by Bishop Alois Hudal. He moved from Bergamo, Italy to join forces with Rodolfo Siviero, secret agent of the Servizio Informazioni Militare headquartered in Florence, Italy who was also appointed as Minister Plenipotentiary. Father Damien's involvement in the investigation at the Vatican College leads to a brutal beating at the direction of Bishop Hudal. Now, Father Damien is more than determined to expose their operation and take out his revenge on all that support Bishop Hudal.
"Father Damien's Revenge" written by author Terry W. Drake is the fourth book in the series Father Damien's War that follows the Dark Society and the life of Father Damien in Florence, Italy after the conclusion of World War II. In this story, Rodolfo Siviero's recent marriage and honeymoon provided an opening for planning their attack on the college and expose the war criminals in hiding. Robert Mudd, an agent for the US Army Counter Intelligence Corp. and his men stand ready to arrest those who are exposed by covert actions conducted by Father Damien's team.
The plan and the operation are sanctioned by Lynda Alderman, second in command at the Florence headquarters. The team includes his list of associates Sgt. Wayne Fritzmeyer and Corp. Glen Rothgeb, and Sgt. Derrick Hodge and Corp. Charles Walker. The primary purpose of the mission is to expose and capture war criminals, and secondly, to locate and recover stolen art. Will Father Damien, Rodolfo Siviero and his team succeed in their mission?
Another suspense-filled fictional novel, "Father Damien's Revenge" will remind readers not to forget the atrocities that were committed by the Nazis against the Jews. Furthermore, they will learn that there are still individuals who are willing to die trying to right the wrongs that society is exposed to. For more information on this book, interested parties may log on to http://www.Xlibris.com.