Killer Rumors by Antonello Fiore
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Review of Killer Rumors
The brutal and nearly public murder of two well-respected long-term priests in Philadelphia results in the predictable media frenzy, public outcry, and police presence. What could possibly cause anyone to kill two such noted men, and carve a Bible citation? Detectives Lorrenzzo and Rinelli, both Catholics and congregants at that church, race to discover—while simultaneously the murderer is racing to fulfill his own sick plan.
Whatever one might think is the answer, it’s not—and I think almost every reader will be very surprised by the outcome and by the convolutions of the plot. This is the first in a series.
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Antonello Fiore is a current Nurse’s Aide, working in a Home Care Agency. He graduated from Concordia University with a Bachelor’s Degree majoring in Theological Studies and a minor in Religion. He also completed the Canadian Certificate Youth Ministry Studies held at the Archdiocese of Montreal.
Antonello is very active with his Church. He has been teaching the Faith First Catechism Program for over ten years, played guitar and sang with the Choir, and has played the part as Jesus for their annual Good Friday play.
Lastly, Antonello has been a writer for Montreal’s Catholic newspaper, The Catholic Times, writing various articles relating to the city’s Catholic faith.