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."
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K. P. Ambroziak is interested in how visual art impacts humanistic study and how an artist's portrayal of a scene can change our perspective on a work of literature, as explored in her article "Poussin's Echo of Ovid" published in WRECK: Graduate Journal of Art History, Visual Art & Theory. Most recently, she assisted the prominent surrealist scholar Mary Ann Caws with her upcoming biography of Blaise Pascal for Reaktion books (2016), helping to shape the work's narrative and contributing both as a researcher and writer. She holds a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature.
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