A brutal killer with a grudge against the Catholic Church begs the question, can God really protect the flock?
Lieutenant Damien Kaine stands over the mutilated body of a priest, staged to look like Christ on the Cross. A note left by the killer indicates the Catholic Church is hiding horrible sins.
And he wants those sins paid for in blood.
After another priest is brutally murdered, Bishop Cantor blocks Damien from getting the vital information he needs to shed light on the killer’s identity. Making it clear the Church will protect themselves. Even if it means protecting a killer.
As the body count rises, the evidence points to someone with a grudge. Not just against the Church, but the head of the Church. Making the killer’s end game crystal clear.
When the killer kidnaps Bishop Cantor, murdering anyone in his way, Damien fears he may be too late. In a race against the clock to save the bishop, he does what it takes to stop a sadistic killer.
Making choices that go against protocol have an unintended outcome. Placing Damien in a situation with deadly consequences.