C. Robert Lee lives in the mountains of southern California with his wife of many years. They have two grown children, a daughter and a son. Robert is a Korean War veteran and after the war he graduated from The Art Center School in Los Angeles with honors in photojournalism. He has published articles and photographs in many major national magazines.
In 1968 Father Doug Ryan, an angst-driven Los Angeles priest, is sent to Peru to investigate a padre accused of using mission funds to buy guns for Communist guerrillas. Mistakenly identified by Colonel Lopez, the corrupt future dictator, as the source of the padre’s gun money, Ryan is marked for torture and death. But his life is forever changed when an enigmatic image appears in a dying street urchin's eyes.
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