Gods Musician: The Priest Warrior
by James A. Traynor
Michael ORourke left the active priesthood because of doctrinal disagreements stemming from the Second Vatican Council, but it may be time for his return. Gabriel Nguyen wants to be reconciled to his father. John Duosavin, a veteran of the Vietnam War, has been nearly broken by experience.
Gods Musician: The Priest Warrior is a skillfully wrought novel of suspense, a competition between heaven and hell in which disparate threads are woven together in miracle and courageous faith.
About the Author:
James A. Traynor has a deep interest in the traditions and history of the Roman Catholic Church. The novel is an extension of that interest, and began to develop under the patient attention of instructors at the Long Ridge Writers Group.
Traynor holds a Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do, and is a longtime weight trainer and Distinguished Toastmaster. He lives in Stevens Point in central Wisconsin with his wife and their two children, a son and a daughter.
(2017, Paperback, 172 pages)