Characters

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The main character is a Master criminal, philanthropist, laysized priest and merciless vigilante. Who after faking his own death keeps his true identity a jealously guarded secret.
Known as Fagin to the boys that he abducted from an orphanage and trained as criminals to aid him in his mission to alleviate World poverty.
Is he a genius or insane, only time will tell.
"And although I realise it is almost a traditional prerequisite at some point for the narrator to introduce themselves and to furnish at least a brief description of themselves, I’m afraid I must let your curiosity pass unsated.
After all, as I’m confessing to being a criminal, to then describe myself and give you the means of being able to easily identify me would be Foolish to the point of idiocy "
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Paul

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Driven by guilt after he inadvertently creates the situation which leads to the attack on his childhood sweetheart he allows himself to be abducted from the orphanage by the false priest.
A quietly violent young man, who after Sixteen years, to assuage his guilt, tracks Mary down.
This leads to love, murder and his being rescued from, and then re-inprisoned by the priest.

Zavi

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Rather than losing his only friend he forces the priest to abduct him along with Paul.
A Highly intelligent computer genius whose hacking skills enable him to discover disturbing truths.
Which sets him on the path of vengeance against the man who ordered the extermination of his family in an internal power struggle to gain control of a criminal syndicate

Alice

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The troubled young woman who compensates for the lack of affection shown to her at home through promiscuity, and who captures a young priests heart.
The temptress who instigates the chain of events which leads to the fall of the priest and initiates all of the intricately intertwined storylines which follow.

Mary

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Psychologically and physically scarred in a horrific attack when a teenager, she allows her self to be helped and manipulated by the seemingly kindly priest.
Her longed for reunion with Paul is the catalyst which starts a chain of reactions that slowly reveals the extent to which their lives have always been manipulated.

Johnathan

Blaine

Johnathan Blaine

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The undercover police officer, who won of the priest's carefully planned robberies accidentally exposes, forcing him to flee for his life with a price on his head.
With both his life and career in jeopardy he sets out to investigate and bring to justice the perpetrator of the crime which has disrupted his life.

Albert

Grimes

Albert Grimes

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The sick sadistic sociopath, cellmate of the vulnerable young priest who has been sentenced to 6 1/2 years in prison for a crime he committed in ignorance-
Eventually the priest becomes convinced that Grimes is a dennison of hell ,and the action he is forced to take against him sets the pattern for his life.

.Pahiliah

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The prison druid who becomes the fallen priest's inner voice and conscience as he guides him into one dark act after another.
Is he truly the guardian angel Pahaliah sent to aid the priest in his quest to better the world, or a product of a psychosis and a figment of the priest's diseased imagination.
The prison druid who becomes the fallen priest's inner voice and conscience as he guides him into one dark act after another.
Is he truly the guardian angel Pahaliah sent to aid the priest in his quest to better the world, or a product of a psychosis and a figment of the priest's diseased imagination.
“For thousands of years those who could commune with the Gods were revered, it didn’t matter whether they were oracles, shaman, hermits or petite French virgins, they were pronounced holy and eventually helped to create the books intended to be moral guides, but which instead set the world of men alight with misplaced religious fervor.”