Is Your Pastor or Priest a Man of Action? Check Out Pastor Stephen Grant in, for example, WINE INTO WATER: A PASTOR STEPHEN GRANT NOVEL, MURDERER'S ROW: A PASTOR STEPHEN GRANT NOVEL and THE RIVER: A PASTOR STEPHEN GRANT NOVEL by Ray Keating

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.

Friday, September 15, 2017

Anniversary Sale on WARRIOR MONK: A PASTOR STEPHEN GRANT NOVEL

Ray Keating’s Pastor Stephen Grant series – featuring a onetime Navy SEAL, former CIA operative and now a Lutheran pastor – began with WARRIOR MONK. September 16th marks the anniversary for publishing this thriller. So, we’re running a sale: Get a signed edition of WARRIOR MONK at www.raykeatingonline.com at a special sale price, or the Kindle edition at Amazon for a big discount (cut from $6.99 to $3.99) at https://www.amazon.com/Warrior-Monk-Pastor-Stephen-Grant-ebook/dp/B0043M4NRC/ref=pd_sim_351_2?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=E0S2YTTJ6YK7FJ2EV38W 



David Keene, opinion editor at The Washington Times, observed: “Thriller and mystery writers have concocted all manner of main characters, from fly fishing lawyers to orchid aficionados and former ballplayers, but none has come up with anyone like Stephen Grant, the former Navy Seal and CIA assassin, and current Lutheran pastor. Grant mixes battling America's enemies and sparring with enemies of traditional Christian values, while ministering to his Long Island flock. The amazing thing is that the character works. The Stephen Grant novels are great reads beginning with WARRIOR MONK, which aptly describes Ray Keating's engaging hero.”

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