Secret Agent Angel by Ray Sutherland Published

Longtime North Carolina professor and pastor Ray Sutherland has penned his debut novel, Secret Agent Angel: From the Realms of Glory. Published in print and eBook editions, Secret Agent Angel (Black Opal Books) is now available where fine books are sold.

An imaginative and intriguing tale, Secret Agent Angel is a story about how sometimes even angels have to act on faith.

About Secret Agent Angel: Samuel, a secret agent angel on earth, has to improvise when things go badly wrong-and sometimes, Samuel has to prepare people for a purpose unknown even to him. From the jungles of Vietnam with porters on the Ho Chi Minh trail, to Omaha truck drivers who befriend an abused boy, to wounded veterans who need to learn to let go of the past, to an accountant tempted to steal, Samuel works with fallible people, trying to get them to see their true strength.

But forty years of angelic missions come to a head when a fire at a snowbound truck stop leaves one man's faith-and his life-hanging in the balance. The only hope for success rests with the spiritual power of the humans Samuel has tried to prepare for the struggle. But have they gained enough spiritual strength and awareness? And if not, does God have a Plan B??

An extraordinary story that will stay with readers long after the final page is turned, Secret Agent Angel is irresistible. Tender and touching, thoughtful and thought provoking, heartwarming and filled with heart, Secret Agent Angel is a powerful story about faith, healing, and the redemptive power of love.

Ray Sutherland is a Kentucky native who grew up on a farm outside of Bowling Green. He served in the Army, spent two years in Germany, received his B.A. in religion from Western Kentucky University, and his PhD in the Bible from Vanderbilt University. Ray has served of Professor of Biblical Studies at the University of North Carolina-Pembroke for over thirty years, pastored a small church for nine years, and is retired from the Army Reserve. He and his wife Regina live in North Carolina. They have two sons and four grandchildren.

Founded in 2010, Black Opal Books is a traditional publisher of an eclectic mix of titles. Black Opal Books ( is based in the Pacific Northwest.

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