British Air Hostess Breaks into Writing with Her Controversial Debut Novel

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British air hostess and author Sam Jane Brown takes readers on a journey through mysterious murders occurring within the Vatican in her new book, 'Forgotten Word.'

Forgotten Word

Could humanity's freedom of religion be at risk? Brown asserts that society is already facing this threat in her first novel, 'Forgotten Word.'

British air hostess and author Sam Jane Brown takes readers on a journey through mysterious murders occurring within the Vatican in her new book, 'Forgotten Word.' The Vatican's never-ending battle between good and evil leads readers to a climactic and shocking finale; the second coming of Jesus Christ and the upheaval of international religious freedom the ban of religion world-wide.

Could humanity's freedom of religion be at risk? Brown asserts that society is already facing this threat in her first novel, 'Forgotten Word.'

The Roman Catholic Church, currently the global religious leader, with nearly 1 billion members, often finds itself at the centre of mysteries, questions, myths and scandals, whether real or speculative. Brown's supernatural fiction novel explores some of the most controversial church topics, including cover-ups and the dark side of exorcism and unthinkable child sacrifices.

Zena McGrath, a detective working for an International Police Organization, finds herself amidst battles within the Catholic Church, secret acts of exorcism and shocking murder cover-ups among church leaders. Cardinal Donatello, the Vatican's leading authority on the secretive and dangerous act of exorcism, is Zena's internal contact during the murder investigations.

Following several shocking twists, Zena finds herself in the middle of a trial gaining international attention, where Cardinal Donatello himself turns out to be the prime suspect in a string of murders of well respected priests. Donatello's guilty verdict creates uproar throughout international religious communities; a revolution of sorts against all forms of religion. Those who have read Dan Brown’s, The Da Vinci Code will likely enjoy this novel.

During the turmoil, Zena sets out to rid herself of evil spirits cast upon her by Cardinal Donatello, in an attempt to find peace. Zena's inquiries lead her from Rome to New York and then the Holy Land, where the concept of organized religion continues to be explored.

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Sam Jane Brown's inspiration for 'Forgotten Word,' Brown's first novel, originated during her year-long Bible study. Please visit http://www.samjanebrown.com

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