K.P. Ambroziak's published works include THE TRINITY and THE JOURNAL OF VINCENT DU MAURIER, featured in Publishers Weekly Reviews Roundup in 2015. With a doctorate in Comparative Literature, she moonlights as an academic, indulging in her interest in visual art and literature, a love inspired by the work and fervor of her mentor and friend, surrealist scholar Mary Ann Caws. She lives in Brooklyn near a bridge with her favorite person, and likes basset hounds because their droopy eyes get her every time.
As Jacob uncovers the mystery of Stephen’s past, he realizes his mentor was embroiled in a plot far more sacrilegious than he originally thought. The scheme of his mentor’s death pulls him deeper into the church, bringing him closer to the elusive figure at the head of the Trinity. But once Jacob realizes his role in the Order’s machinations, it is too late for him to disentangle his truth from its heresy.
A sacrilegious Order, a murdered priest, and a vault of secrets converge to make up “The Trinity.”