Free E-book Wed. and Thurs.: Archangels: Rise of the Jesuits

I haven’t read this yet, but if you’re interested then Wednesday and Thursday are your chance to get it free …

Italian intelligence specialist and former Jesuit student Michael Visconte is shocked by the brutal murder of a Jesuit priest, who turns out to be a hedge fund manager for the Vatican. The victim, Father Matteo Pintozzi, achieved an unblemished record of extraordinary returns.
The next day, Michael is visited by two Jesuits who ask him to investigate the murder, and Michael soon finds himself in the middle of a struggle for power and control over the finances of the Vatican. Unfortunately, his lucky break—one that should provide critical evidence—blurs the line between good and evil and not only endangers the lives of Michael and the Jesuits, but also imperils the lives of his wife and children. 
ARCHANGELS: RISE OF THE JESUITS is published financial expert Janet Tavakoli’s debut fiction thriller.

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Print Edition
The print edition (324 pages) is now available on Amazon and will be available in other venues within a few days. It hasn’t yet been linked to the electronic version, and the eBook reviews don’t show up yet, but that should happen in a few days; it’s the same book as the electronic version. I originally meant to put this out as an eBook only, but many people requested a print edition.
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