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Lawrence R. Deering Pens THE HART OF JOHN

William Hart didn't receive his parents' charisma or bravado, but he did end up with their good looks and intellect. He turns to that amazing intellect to find a lost manuscript related to an alternate version of the book of Revelation he found in his uncle's papers - the same uncle who founded an organization uniting the major religions of the world while creating a massive military peacekeeping force. As this new novel released by Dog Ear Publishing reveals, what happens during Hart's quest could forever change history.

The Brotherhood of Man had been founded 30 years earlier by Hart's uncle, Aaron Davis. Hart's mother, Esther, was an officer and co-owner of the company until she was led to leave with his father, a famous documentarian. Esther eventually betrayed her brother, revealing the truth about Aaron and the Brotherhood - and his quest for world power and eventual downfall.

Now William, a professor of religious studies who is proficient in Hebrew, Aramaic, Latin and Greek, works to find a lost manuscript he believes contributed to his uncle's rise to power. But he's not the only one looking for it. Paul Rutledge, a Satanist with powers of his own, is relentless in his pursuit of the manuscript for his own purposes. The search will take William, his parents and friends thousands of miles and put them in danger.

"The Hart of John" tells the story of an ambitious man who needs a successor, a faithful young woman afraid for her life and that of her unborn child, and a passionate follower who believes he's Satan's emissary on earth. If the alternate version of the book of Revelations becomes known, it will shake the very foundation of Christianity and the world. This classic tale of good vs. evil creates heart-racing moments and bone-chilling realizations that change the concept of God and the devil himself.

Author Lawrence R. Deering began writing after spending more than 35 years as a health-care executive. He is passionate about music and has been building a vinyl record collection for more than 40 years. His Southern Baptist roots are reflected in his books, which often explore the effect of organized religion on lives. Deering and his wife, Lisa, live in Orlando and St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands. He also wrote "Youth Group" and "The Brotherhood."

For additional information, please visit www.theHartofJohn.com

The Hart of John
Lawrence R. Deering
Dog Ear Publishing
ISBN: 978-1-4575-4469-9 332 pages $15.99 US

Available at Ingram, Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble and fine bookstores everywhere.

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