Join us on Monday, October 21, 2013, and meet Italian American author, Deborah Stevens! Deborah has recently completed her first novel, a fiction thriller, entitled " The Serpent's Disciple".
The book’s springboard is derived from the 1978 event in which Pope John Paul I was about to release a list of y within the Vatican who belonged to an illegal Masonic Lodge known as Propaganda Due or P2. The next day, the pope was found dead.
In The Serpent’s Disciple, an ancient evil threatens to take over the Catholic Church and use it to create a New World Order. Thirty years after Pope John Paul’s death, Peter Romanus, the Grand Master of Propaganda Due, sets in motion the plot to kill the pope and supersede him and take control of major world governments through the Church.
While visiting their father’s birthplace of Pesaro, Italy, the lives of Anthony and Nelli Andruccioli become entwined with the Grand Master’s plot. A 600-year-old family secret and an ancient artifact could save humankind from this diabolical leader many fear is the Antichrist. Anthony and Nelli learn of their family’s deep and ancient connection to Saint Anthony, and they are called to protect the Church: Nelli as the Chosen One and Anthony as one of the Guardians sworn to protect her from the false prophet. Together they must navigate the labyrinth of ancient prophecy and Vatican politics to expose the truth before it is too late.
Deborah will offer a short presentation, and she will be available to sign/sell copies of her book. The event is FREE, and will be held in suite 502, of the Hennepin Center for the Arts Building, located at 528 Hennepin Avenue.
Please register online, and join us from 6:00 until 8:00 p.m. Light refreshments will be served, and three bottles of Italian wine will be given away! Contact Peggy at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.