The First Book of The Vatican Assassin Science Fiction Trilogy. Remastered in July 2009.
Bernard Campion, aka "BC", is an assassin for the Pope, struggling with his work's inherent contradictions while trying to take care of “business” during an out of control interplanetary religious war in 2109. BC is a killer disguised as a priest of the New catholic Church. His current assignment? Eliminate the Governor of Lunar Prime, the free state on the Moon. BC has no idea this latest assignment will change everything...
VAR 32 Thank You For Listening
Thank you for listening to "Vatican Assassin" - the first book of The Vatican Assassin Trilogy! The story continues in "Vatican Ambassador" and concludes in "Vatican Abdicator" - also here at Podiobooks.com.
After you finish the trilogy, check out The Adventures of Alibi Jones! 20 years after the trilogy's end, follow the exploits of BC's son Alibi Jones, a mediator for the Solar Alliance helping negotiate humankind's expansion out into the stars, in novels "Alibi Jones" and "Alibi Jones and the Sunrise of Hur" and the collections "Six Short Stories" and "Alibi Jones and The Time War of The Devrizium".
My books are all available as free, downloadble podcasts through Podiobooks.com. More info at GlowintheDarkRadio.com.
BC lands amid the rubble and ruin on Lunar Prime. The final chapter of "Vatican Assassin"!
BC is on the bridge as the UTZ Transport heads back to Lunar Prime... and into a pitched battle with UIN forces!
BC flees Fortune Station on a UTZ Transport!
BC returns to Fortune Station, now a very different place than he left. The UIN attack in force!
BC comes under attack as he travels home from Wentworth Station, finds he must detour towards a familiar destination...
This book and the two sequels are absolutely great! I listen to a bunch of audiobooks, and this series is among the best I have heard.
This was great. It kept my attention. The author didn't waste time describing pointless things and made the story flow.
This book is amazing, as are the two sequels. Not only is the story worth listening to, the performance of the author is excellent. He gives different inflections and accents to his different characters, does so well, and reads clearly. He also gets right to the story right off the bat of each episode, not wasting any time with pomp and circumstance. I'd definitely recommend it, and, to the author, BRAVO!