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Father Adamo Bianchi returns to Rome to find his mother dying and his sisters on what he sees as the road to total self-destruction. One sister he accuses of prostituting herself, blind to the fact her actions are an act of desperation; the Holy Father has prevented Livia from taking her final vows in order to provide his personal pleasures within the papal suite, the thre ...more
Paperback, 238 pages
Published May 1st 2011 by Writers Amuse Me
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Redemption

by Mary Cote

Published 2011 ~ Writers AMuse Me Publishing

Review by Sarah Jane Einerson

“The scent of holy oil hung heavy in the air, sickeningly sweet”. The first words of the book will stay with the reader long after the last words are read. It is not just a story of corruption, abuse and power, but more importantly one of survival, awakening and love. Father Adamo Bianchi, who has been absent from his family for years, returns to Rome to find his mother dying. He thinks his one sister
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Where does it lie? More importantly--when does it lie?

In Rome in the middle ages, when their mother lies dying Livia and Chiara Bianchi are reunited with their older brother Adamo. He has returned to Rome at the Pope's behest to become a bishop, a position he did not earned. Self-centered and blind to the despicable heinous acts and massive corruption in the Church, like many so-called men of god, Adamo seeks not service but self-gratification. His rise is a result of his elder sister Livia who
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What did I think? I thought-Damn what a great read! Characters alive-dialogue alive-a beginning a middle and a sumptuous, perfect ending. What more could a reader want from a book? It is one that is worth reading more than one time. I am telling my reading fanatic friends to grab this book while they can!
David Smith
What did I think? I thought-Damn what a great read! Characters alive-dialogue alive-a beginning a middle and a sumptuous, perfect ending. What more could a reader want from a book? It is one that is worth reading more than one time. I am telling my reading fanatic friends to grab this book while they can!
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Mary writes her books while sitting under a cherry tree in the middle of nowhere, British Columbia, gaining inspiration from her two sons, and Herbert the WonderDog.
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