Soldiers of God (Chapter 2, page 2 of 3)


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Chapter 2

Unfortunately Detective Henry Morgan had a temper. Home life had not been pleasant. His father was a tyrant and his mother meekly stood by her man. Frank joined the army as soon as he turned eighteen.

He was good at what he did. His training as a sniper in the infantry served him well and his trainers said he was a natural. Tired of the endless number of secret ops overseas, he didn't re-enlist. He was mostly a lost soul for months, working in a deli, until Mundo Domini found him. Now his new handler was the one who often told him that he was a wonderful asset to the organization.

Frank had never met any of the others, although he had heard of their deeds. They were all soldiers of God, doing Christ's work in purifying a world filled with sin.

His target pulled into the parking lot. Dr. Samuel Patterson, a doctor from Valley Hospital, donated his time to the abortion clinic. He was short, a little overweight, balding, and had a pleasant smile - hardly evil looking. The doctor had two sons, one in grade school and the other in junior high, and a daughter, who, as a junior in high school, was just beginning to think about college. The wife also spent a lot of her time at the abortion clinic. She was a trained social worker who tried her best to counsel the girls on everything from their legal standing to how to deal with their families. The clinic was nowhere near any of the traditional Philadelphia "problem neighborhoods." It was in the suburbs.

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