This is a novel, yet it is also a mystery. There is much in it about the machinations of the Vatican state. It IS fiction, so hopefully it is just that - fiction. It doesn't put the Vatican in a very good light, showing much too much politics.
The descriptions of Seville is beautiful. I could almost feel the breeze and smell the air there! Someone has hacked into the Pope's personal computer. This action sends an investigator to a tiny, almost forgotten church in Seville. This mystery is laced with corruption of the town leaders and the Church. A good read, and a page turner!