Bryan Quinn, a life-long student of history and comparative religion, earned a BA in American History & Politics from McGill University and a Computer Electronics Diploma from Herzing College which comes in handy when he needs to troubleshoot inevitable computer problems. Yet, despite his expertise with computer technology, he still relies on his wife to operate the coffee machine. Bryan lives with her in Canada, the last best place on Earth.
Bryan won an Honorable Mention Award in the worldwide 85th Annual Writer’s Digest Short Story Competition in 2016.
There aren’t many things in this world Marco Arrigoni would kill for, but there are even fewer things he would die for. The secret of THE PACKAGE is one of them.
All hell breaks loose when Marco, a jaded priest, unearths beneath the archives of his medieval church a long-forgotten tomb containing incontrovertible evidence of an explosive conspiracy stretching back millennia. He joins forces with his friend and secret love, Aysel Bigili, an archeologist, to authenticate his find. Before long, they find themselves on a collision course with a ruthless enemy in the Vatican who will stop at nothing to prevent the truth of his epic discovery from ever seeing the light of day. Wrenched into a world of violence unprepared, Marco and Aysel are forced to battle wits with a fanatical adversary in the cause of truth, a truth so shocking that, if revealed, will demolish the very foundations of his faith and alter the destiny of humanity forever.
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