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E.E. Hunt shares of ordinary experiences in new book.

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In my book are records of men and women of all faiths who influenced me at different times in my life. I consider each to be an aristocrat of the spirit because each was memorable all throughout my life.

Have you ever had an encounter with someone that changed your life for the better? Maybe you met someone for a few minutes and you genuinely admired that person. If someone knows this feeling, it’s E.E. Hunt.

As a retired Episcopal dean, Hunt has made an impact on millions of lives. But, instead of writing about his good works in his book “Aristocrats of the Spirit,” Hunt specifically touches on the individuals who made an impact on him personally.

“In my book are records of men and women of all faiths who influenced me at different times in my life. I consider each to be an aristocrat of the spirit because each was memorable all throughout my life,” Hunt said.

Through reading “Aristocrats of the Spirit,” individuals will learn about Hunt’s baseball coach to Episcopal leaders and regular Christian, Jewish, and Muslim folks. By sharing of his stories, Hunt hopes that his readers will be inspired by everyday heroes and heroine that kept him focused on his goals.

“I want others to know that each person is a potential aristocrat of the spirit,” Hunt said.

“Aristocrats of the Spirit” is a book that will give individuals a purpose and help many understand the importance of all human life.

For more information, visit http://www.eehunt.com

Aristocrats of the Spirit
By: E.E. Hunt
ISBN: 978-1-5035-5675-1
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Xlibiris

About the author
E.E. Hunt is a retired Episcopal priest who has lived and served in many places including California, St. Louis, New York City, Dallas, and Paris, France. Hunt has published seven previous books, one for academics and the other six about terrorism and human trafficking. Now residing in New York, Hunt enjoys spending time with his wife of 57 years and their four grandchildren.

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