Ghosts and Angels: A Memoir / How, During An Epoch Of Terror, Goodness Vanquished Evil And Restored Faith - New Novel by Stanley Goldstein

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This new novel blends action with introspection to provide entertainment, hope, and guidance during these perilous times.

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Stanley Goldstein

Terrorism is the true Satanism for it combines the desire for absolute power with myth, simplified laws, and the mere pretense of justice.

Stanley Goldstein' s powerful new novel blends action with introspection to confront today's most challenging questions. It provides entertainment, guidance, hope and impact which persists long after being read.

An irreligious, fallen military hero is chosen by God to conduct a ten year old girl, the next advance in human evolution, through a perilous contemporary world. Fleeing from the murderers of her family, they find refuge at the home of a dying minister. There, they learn about Sin and Grace and how to conquer despair.

But questions persist. Why is the government so uninterested in this child's fate? Who is pursuing them? Is the angel who guides them real, or a figment of the child's traumatized mind? And does there exist a life after death, with the universe having its own memory of all that once existed though in different form.

Stanley Goldstein is an author and psychologist who has appeared on national broadcasts including The Larry King Show and CourtTV. He lives in New York's Hudson Valley.


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