Wrath of Allah is both an intergalactic science fiction
adventure story as well as an Irish fairy tale and the second in the Lady Fionnuala series.
Barry Donovan, a middle-aged college professor, inherits a
800-year-old haunted Irish castle from a cousin he had never met. However, he quickly discovers that the
ghost of Lady Fionnuala is really a very much alive 3000-year-old “elf” named
‘Fionla’ from another planet and that she can travel inter-galactically by simply stepping
through a supra-spatial “worm hole” that she calls a “portal”.
Thus begins Barry’s journey of discovery as she leads him
through a world he never dreamt existed filled with technology thousands of years ahead
of anything he had seen before. And he finds out that the leprechauns and fairies of
Ireland are real, as are the medieval dragons, the Yeti, the
Lock Ness monster and where Jesus Christ is really buried.
In Wrath of Allah, a sequel for Kilcarrick that
occurs about six months after the happenings in Kilcarrick, Barry is hassled by some heavy-handed
FBI agents looking for information about the illegal money laundering he is doing with Seamus in
Dubai. Angry, he teams up with a renegade ex-KGB colonel and a Russian hacker to destroy
evidence on FBI computers so it looks like it was actually a cyber-attack by a group of
technologically savvy Islamic Jihadists