Author MHH3’s Newly Released “A Holy Quest” Is The Story Of Brother Mason And Three Young Orphans As They Rebuild Their Lives During The Dark Ages

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“A Holy Quest” from Christian Faith Publishing author MHH3 is the adventures of Brother Mason and three young orphans. Orphaned during the Black Plague, two boys and a girl will be thrust into an unexpected adventure filled with love, riches, and Vikings.

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“A Holy Quest” is the creation of published author, MHH3, a retired accounting manager who graduated from Albright Collect where he majored in accounting and economics. MHH3 was born in Reading, Pennsylvania on November 22, 1940. He has been married to his wife for over twenty-five years. They have seven children, fifteen grandchildren, and two great grandchildren. At the age of fifty-six, he was saved and encouraged to start writing Christian books due to his twenty years of writing experience. Having published two previous books, he excels at poetry and prose.

“Before the plague, the feudal system was entrenched in Europe, but after half of Europe dies, the Renaissance arrives. However, it took 150 years until Europe’s population recovers.” --MHH3

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, MHH3 ’s new book is the adventures of three children who lived through the Black Plague.

Amid the Black Plague, three children became orphans after their families perished during the onset of the Black Death in 1348. The Brothers of an island monastery agree to raise two boys and girl until they reach the age of twenty-one. At first, the children are consumed by their feelings of grief and loss. They resent God. One special monk becomes their mentor and eventually wins them over to Christianity. God, however, has a different plan for them.

A Vandal raid on the monastery completely changes the direction of life. The two boys embark on a mission to the Northern part of Germany to save souls. They meet a princess and her father then start a major trading company staffed by the monks of their monastery. When the Viking raiders attack the prince’s town, Lubeck, the young men save the day. The two must then travel to Bergen, but become shipwrecked and are forced to walk two hundred miles to Sweden.

View a synopsis of “A Holy Quest” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “A Holy Quest” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, Kobo or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “A Holy Quest,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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