Warning, extremely bloody and graphic scenes. When War Correspondent Kheelan Sledge follows up on an anonymous lead Sledge finds himself drawn into a deadly game of cat and mouse. A priest is murdered in a ritualistic and very gruesome manner. Sledge finds himself as the number one suspect in the horrific murder. Cryptic messages appear in the newspaper a day before the murders are committed by a masked cult leader going by the name of Orcus. A Cardinal is abducted and forced to endure the Stations of the Cross streamed live on the internet. Orcus and his followers hunt down and execute Catholic priests who are known child abusers. Sledge is drawn into the world of M.K Ultra brainwashing and torture. Staying one step ahead of the police, Sledge fights to clear his name. Fast paced, hard hitting and shocking. A novel touching on the subject of the Vatican's reluctance to bring known predator priests to justice.
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About the Author
Ricky Balona is the author of hard hitting and graphic military fiction novels. Steele is a military fiction series centered on the character Sergeant Steele. It charts Steele's experience as a Templar during the Crusades where he is cursed to an eternity of military servitude. We follow Sergeant Steele's battles in the French Foreign Legion, all based on some of the Legion's most epic and bloody battles. French Foreign Legion Adventures is collection of short stories beginning with the Legion's involvement in the Crimean war through the North African desert era, W.W.1 and W.W.2 through Indochina and Kolwezi and Sarajevo. Written from a simple soldiers point of view caught up in merciless combat using the names of fellow Legionnaires I had the honour of serving with as the characters in the stories. Ricky Balona was born in South Africa, now living in Queenstown, New Zealand. Served in 1 Para S.A.D.F and 5 years in 2 Parachute Regiment of the French Foreign Legion. Author of By Blood Spilt series Steele's Dien Bien Phu, Steele's Verdun and Steele's Death March.