Rob The Vatican
by Robert Wilcox Gallant
About the author
Some dreams don’t sail away; perhaps they were built to stay, engaging ever strongly than the tides that chase them at bay.
Robert Gallant used to devote most of his time, energy and intellect on Chemical Engineering, on the belief that it is in Science and Math that he works best. Although he put his love for journalism aside, fate somehow maneuvered him to rekindle this old love as he wrote countless articles published in scientific journals, as well as books in technology and management. His dream, however, to become a fiction novelist never wavered despite being pushed to the backseat.
Following his retirement, Robert or “Bob” as he is called by many, decided to follow the call of his dreams.
After exploring impossible breakthroughs in science and technology, Gallant now swims through the vast waters of fiction writing, this time exploring impossible revolutions in mystery thrillers.
About the book
The Vatican City — the smallest country in the world, home to the leader of the Catholic Church and the stronghold for most of the faithful; the habitat of a significant number of treasures that have aged to be almost untouchable; perhaps uniquely surreal; one of the most secured places in the world, until now…Robert Gallant, through tireless years of research and dialogues with the minds behind historical concepts in Rome, presents his latest thriller, Rob the Vatican — a novel that morphs the Città del Vaticano into the center of what could be the greatest heist in history. While this tiny state is known for being impervious, Gallant opens his readers’ eyes into the possibility of the impossible — a concept most often taught within the walls of this faithful religion.
Robert W. Gallant
March 13, 2020