FEET OF CLAY by Mark Posey

A Nun with a Gun. Book 1.0

Mystery Thriller Short Story

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Hero worship is not just for the masses…

Sister Jacobine has a secret. An incredible gift from God. It is also an incredible curse.

Sister Jacobine is also the Pope’s hitwoman. When Bishop McGinty gets out of hand with the altar boys, Sister Jacobine is sent to Philadelphia to deliver “greetings” from His Holiness.

In Philadelphia, she meets Rachel Rafferty and her world is turned upside-down. Now, her only possible confidante is Rachel’s brother, the Philadelphia Police Detective that has arrested her for murder.

A Nun With A Gun is a series of short stories and novelettes about Sister Jacobine, the Pope’s hitwoman. They are best read in order.

  1. Feet of Clay
  2. A Port in the Storm
  3. Excommunication
  4. Requiem Mass
  5. Den of Lions
  6. The Narrow Gate

Mark Posey is a thriller writer born, raised and living in Edmonton, Canada with his wife, author Tracy Cooper-Posey. He is a retired professional wrestler and father of four – Terry, Matthew, Katherine, and Ashley. He likes cooking, woodworking, and watching hockey when he’s not scrolling through social media or taking an afternoon nap with his three cats – Pippin, Merry, and Strider.

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Feet of Clay
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by IngSav on Feet of Clay
Hooked! Interesting, suspenseful and well written.

A tempting introduction to the intrigue that surrounds a Nun, the main character. She is strong and self-contained but the more we learn about her the more we realise how complex she is.  I like that we get teasers of her emotional state despite her unruffled and calm demeanour.
The story is short but is told in such a succinct way that there is so much shared in the details of the setting, the circumstances and by the characters themselves.
There is a lot of mystery surrounding the Nun and yet a lot is shared in this short novella but there's so much more I want to know....into the next book in the series I go!

by Kat Z on Feet of Clay
Sister Jacobine is One Tough Cookie

I was not sure what to expect with this little story about a nun with a gun, but you got me hooked once it became clear that Sister Jacobine was a very talented, very well trained assassin for the Vatican. I found her to be a very likable character so far, and look forward to getting to know her better in later stories.


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