Montreal, Canada, November 20, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Five star accolades just in:
This heart-wrenching story of Peter Thornton's struggle between his spiritual gift of healing and his profession as a doctor takes place in Montreal, but has an astounding ending at the Vatican in Rome that will leave you in awe of this author's own inner understanding of spirituality.
[Madeleine Whitthoeft, Pointe Claire, Quebec]
"One Just Man written by Stan I.S. Law is a gripping and thrilling novel that explores the power of the human condition. Stan Law is a brilliant writer, who masters the skill of constructing a riveting, thought provoking plot, with captivating characters, and just the right element of suspense. One Just Man is an enthralling and entertaining page-turner that stimulates the mind, and inspires readers to envision a new dimension of possibilities.
[Author-Camille Kleidysz, GA, USA]
Brilliant career of Dr. Peter Thornton has collapsed. The gift of healing which manifests through the young physician’s unwilling hands proves a scourge for all his aspirations. In rapid succession he becomes an outcast, a reclusive mystic, if not an unorthodox saint.
It is his ensuing struggle, wherein good and evil blend in a cauldron of metaphysical dilemma that is so fascinating; His personal quandary unfolds against the background of international intrigue. Action moves from Montreal to Gdansk, to the Vatican in quick succession. It is truly as haunting as it is unpredictable page-turner.
[Bozena Happach, publisher, PQ. Canada]
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