Three friends, inseparable as children, take very different paths toward adulthood. In spite of the distances that emerge among them, they are thrust together by the tragedy of death. Each affected in different ways.
Giuseppe Lozano, candidate for U.S. Senate, returns home one night to find his wife and three children mysteriously murdered. There seems to be no motive, and little evidence is left at the scene. How will this affect him and his run for office?
Giovanni Lozano, a Catholic priest, is forced to look beyond the violence to find the presence of God. As a brother and uncle, he feels anger and a desire for revenge. As a priest he is torn by the call of a God who loves all people-good and bad. Can he forgive?
Tom Moran, a detective with the Los Angeles Police Department, is charged with finding the murderer and building a case for justice. He feels no call to forgive. Nor is he driven by ambition. This case is personal. But can he deliver?
Three lives. Three friends. Will the bonds of friendship survive?
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A very enjoyable read which I would recommend. A bit of L.A. history and a bit of crime thriller thrown in for good measure. Based around three engaging characters who have been friends since childhood. Thank you Net Galley for my copy. I reviewed on Goodreads.
This was a well written novel. Unfortunately, all too possible scenario. Three different paths: law enforcement, the priesthood, and politics. the paths they take to get there and the ultimate evil one of them embraces.
Thank you. Enjoyed it. Will purchase copies for family and friends.
Thank you to NetGalley for my copy of this novel. What an interesting bunch of characters that were well thought out and interesting. I liked the direction the story took and it had just the right amount of twists and turns that kept my interest and it didn't feel overdone. I look forward to reading more books from this author.