Michael Angelus, Finance Director of the Murtagne Corporation and undercover 'consultant' with the US Internal Anti-terrorist Agency, together with his partner, Anna, are on a well-earned vacation in the West when he receives an urgent call from his colleague, Stella that has implications beyond anything he can imagine. For trouble is brewing in Nebraska where there has been a series of gruesome murders with religious overtones in which the only suspect is the charismatic preacher, Jedediah Christofer, founder of the Church of Righteousness. As the body count rises Michael comes to suspect that things are not as they first appear and that there are far more sinister reasons behind the killings that will eventually lead them to Washington DC and events that will shake the nation. 'Wrath of the Righteous' examines how close to self-destruction the ideological struggles of the American Dream can be.
After a career in business, Andrew and his wife Deb travelled a great deal, staying for a spell in the States. He then built a new career as an artist, exhibiting in France, the USA and England. 'Wrath of the Righteous' is his third novel and completes the 'Nemesis' trilogy. He now divides his time between the UK, where he has a home near Bath, and France, where he is renovating a house, studio and gallery. Andrew Christie is his pen name.