Charles Brett is a consultant and technology analyst. Born in Belfast and educated in England he has a degree in Modern History from the University of Oxford. He is married to a Spaniard and spent five years in Tel Aviv. He has also lived in Italy, Abu Dhabi, South Africa and California, besides many years in the UK. He has written several other books, primarily technology-related, as well as speaking at conferences around the world and contributing to a variety of newspapers, journals and magazines.
The HolyPhone Confessional Crisis is a technology, crime,church and state thriller. The Vatican introduces HolyPhones (smartphones) into confessionals in Europe and the Americas. The Brazilian cardinal in charge has suspicions of systematic theft and brings in outsiders. More than the church’s credibility is at stake. The novel is set in Rome, Israel and Spain.