Thursday, January 31, 2019

New Edition of Warrior Monk: A Pastor Stephen Grant Novel, the First Thriller/Mystery from Award-Winning Novelist Ray Keating, Arrives with a New Author Introduction and Epilogue

Stephen Grant, pastor at St. Mary’s Lutheran Church on Long Island, former Navy SEAL and onetime CIA operative, came on the thriller/mystery scene in Warrior Monk: A Pastor Stephen Grant Novel. This book by award-winning novelist Ray Keating has received accolades from reviewers and readers, and now the second edition has arrived with a new Author Introduction and Epilogue.

In the new Introduction, Keating answers an assortment of questions about the book and writing, while the new Epilogue provides a glimpse at an upcoming Pastor Stephen Grant novel.

The second edition of Warrior Monk comes after the tenth Pastor Stephen Grant adventure, Shifting Sands: A Pastor Stephen Grant Short Story, was published in November 2018.

About Keating’s Pastor Stephen Grant thrillers and mysteries, one reviewer declared, “Skillful in plot and description, Keating paints three-dimensional and interestingly different locations and crimes in each book. He has a writerly gift for making the action crisp. Keating researches his settings, too.”

Paperbacks and Kindle editions of Warrior Monk: A Pastor Stephen Grant Novel are available at, and signed books at

In addition, a new edition of A Discussion Guide to Ray Keating’s Warrior Monk has been published, which also is available at and signed books at

Keating’s other Pastor Stephen Grant thrillers/mysteries – Shifting Sands, Heroes and Villains, Reagan Country, Lionhearts, Wine Into Water, Murderer’s Row, The River, An Advent For Religious Liberty, and Root of All Evil? – also have received widespread praise.
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Tuesday, January 29, 2019

NEW! Free Enterprise in Three Minutes Podcast - Episode #27: What Is Supply-Side Economics, Anyway?

Ray Keating counts himself as a supply-side economist, but the term “supply-side economics” has been ill-defined over the years, often for political reasons. Keating looks to set the record straight by summing up the basics of supply-side economics.