Author releases new fictional novel “Immaculate Deception” about an international Vatican-based counterfeiting ring

The new book by Donald Tucker unleashes Secret Service agent Wes Charles on the pedophile priests running a slick international Vatican-based counterfeiting ring

Phoenix, AZ ( — Immaculate Deception, by Donald Tucker, begs the question about divine dispensation, papal politics and Catholic controlled courts. The Vatican may not act, but Agent Wes Charles will. Charles has put notorious counterfeiter Tony Masella behind bars once. Called in by the DC Bureau, it is time to put him away again. Masella is part of a slick international Vatican-based counterfeiting ring run by world-famous couturier “Peppi” Giuseppe Tubiano and his lover, “Father Ira”.

Agent Charles teams up with smoky-eyed Italian police officer Angela Micele, her sexy friend Maria Pelino and her cousin Nicky from the Vatican Swiss Guard to revenge a murdered agent and take down the ring of priestly perversion hiding under the protection of the Vatican and its attempts to nullify inquiries into cases involving priests committing child abuse.

Author Donald Tucker graduated in 1961 from the University of Iowa with a BA in Sociology/Criminology. He began his career as an undercover agent with the Federal Bureau of Narcotics in Chicago, Illinois, in the toughest neighborhoods during the most challenging periods in this country’s history. Tucker later transferred to the U.S. Secret Service (USSS), setting records for prodigious undercover work while also protecting the highest level of dignitaries, including the President and the Pope.

The ebook version of Immaculate Deception, ISBN 9781622874682, published by First Edition Design Publishing, is available online wherever ebooks are sold. The 286-page print book version, ISBN 9781622874699, was published by First Edition Design Publishing and distributed worldwide to online booksellers.

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