OVERRIDE

Articles of Faith

Robert L. Rodin

St. Martin's Press

What has long been suspected is now coming to light - that the Nazis were not the only ones who profited from their war effort; that the circles of violence reached far beyond the territories invaded by the Germans; and that the suffering continues.

Taking his cue from this growing mountain of evidence, Robert L. Rodin's "Articles of Faith" blends this story of greed and gold with his own father's deathbed tale of the battle he fought against the Nazis on American soil as a member of the OSS.

Twenty-five years after his father's suicide, Danny Maguire is raising a family of his own. A phone call on a cold winter evening shatters the steady calm. It is his father on the other end. No sooner does Sean Maguire reappear in Danny's life, then his presence threatens to destroy that life and the lives of Danny's wife and children. For with him, Sean brings a history that men of power are willing to go to desperate ends to repress. And he holds the very articles of faith that point to a sinister ring of smuggling.

It is a story of reconciliation, a story of suspense, and a story of faith. And while it is fiction - it is perhaps not far from the truth.


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1THE PHONE RANG once, then stopped. I had my coat on, was halfway out the door. If I pushed, I could still make the 6:02 and be home in time for dessert with the kids. I was about to hit the light switch when it started ringing again. I paused. Probably my crazy client Safter with another cockamamy idea for his bathroom, or his closet, or, worse still, his wife’s closet. But it was Friday and the week had been full of Safter and his suggestions, demands, and rantings. Enough was enough; I killed the lights. The phone kept ringing.
On the other hand, it could be my wife. Or one of the
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Robert L. Rodin

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