Donato Carrisi’s The Lost Girls of Rome tells the story of a secret Vatican investigative department that uses questionable techniques and highly trained priests to uncover evil in the world. Someone is arranging crimes to allow victims to have either vengeance or justice, depending on what they need.
A forensic investigator helps uncover these mysteries while investigating her husband’s mysterious death. Through secret codes, her husband’s final pictures leave clues that Sandra can follow.
There’s a bit tangled together in this novel, but Carrisi lays everything out for the reader to follow. The crimes and investigations travel the world, but mostly stick to the streets of Rome.
Well told mystery.
Read January 2017