Pastor Stephen Grant?
Stephen Grant is the pastor at St. Mary’s Lutheran Church on eastern Long Island. Grant is one of the more unique second-career clergy around, as he once worked for the CIA. Besides theology, his interests include archery, golf, writing, classic films, the beach, poker, baseball, and history. Grant also knows his wines, champagnes and brews. Oh yes, he generally dislikes politicians, and happens to be an expert marksman with a handgun and a rifle, while being pretty handy with a combat knife as well.
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- Facebook Reader
Monday, November 23, 2015
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Saturday, November 21, 2015
Offers a look at the new Bond book - Trigger Mortis - and movie - Spectre.
Read the article at
Friday, November 20, 2015
Thursday, November 19, 2015
"This fifth Pastor Stephen Grant novel has all the things I've loved about the others in the series: suspense, faith, and relatable characters. As a baseball fan, this one was even better. Keep up the good work, Mr. Keating."
Tuesday, November 17, 2015
That moment of hesitation was all Caldwell needed. Malik was a big man – six-three, muscular and heavy. It was crucial that she not get into any kind of brawl with him. So, while springing forward, she pulled out a tactical knife strapped to her right thigh, and drove it directly into Malik’s reproductive parts.
As he screamed out in agony, he fell back, with Caldwell on top of him. She shoved the knife in deeper, and then pulled it to the left, the right and then down.
His screams grew louder.
She pulled the knife out and whispered, “I think you may have trouble with those 72 dark-eyed virgins in paradise now. I bet they’ll thank me, though.”
Malik’s eyes rolled back in his head, and Caldwell jumped up and grabbed her gun.
- from MURDERER'S ROW: A PASTOR STEPHEN GRANT NOVEL
Monday, November 16, 2015
Radical Islam, militant secularism and relativism?
Real-world threats central to the struggle in Warrior Monk: A Pastor Stephen Grant Novel by Ray Keating. Read the chapter highlighting the issues at
Monday, November 9, 2015
Monday, November 2, 2015
The priest finally said, “If Malik knew about the conversion, that would be a death sentence for Dawud and his parents.”
- from Murderer’s Row
Sunday, November 1, 2015
Stephen asked, “Are you upset? Should I have let it alone? The conversation just went in that direction, and as I told your father, I don’t like it when someone hurts you.”
- from The River