In God's Name: An Investigation Into the Murder of Pope John Paul I

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Basic Books, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 343 pages
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'In God's name' was denounced by the Vatican yet became an award-winning international bestseller. In this new edition, Yallop brings the story up to date and reveals new evidence that has been long buried concerning the truth behind the Vatican cover-up. This is a classic work of investigative writing whose revelations will continue to reverberate around the world.

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Review: In God's Name

User Review  - Hella Comat - Goodreads

The story of the death of Pope John Paul I, this book was banned when it was first published in 1984. However, the author makes a solid case for the murder of the pope, just 33 days into his papacy ... Read full review

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User Review  - Kofi - Goodreads

I found it really unnerving to read all the evidence presented in this intriguing read. The Catholic Church indeed prides itself with its rich tradition. However, the questions posed by the book and all is one that makes you realise, priests are just humans in cassock -- with flaws. Read full review

About the author (2007)

David Yallop is a highly regarded investigative journalist and "seeker of justice." He has overturned opinion with every book he has written, continuously uncovering injustice and truth in his research into the Derek Bentley case, Carlos the Jackal, and the murder of John Paul I.

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