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Cathedral: An Alliance of Saint Michael Novel

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Cathedral: An Alliance of Saint Michael Novel – Signed by the Author


Cathedral: An Alliance of Saint Michael Novel is Ray Keating’s sixteenth work of fiction, and the first in the Alliance of Saint Michael series. 

 

The Alliance of Saint Michael brings together men and women with varied backgrounds and talents to work covertly against the two most significant threats to Christianity and civilization at the dawn of the 1930s - communism and fascism.

 

In Moscow, the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour is going to be obliterated to make way for the Palace of the Soviets. The Alliance of St. Michael readies itself for its first mission – find and salvage a rare item of great significance from the cathedral before the building is lost.


Reviews of Cathedral...


"A stellar depiction of time period and tension. With so many swirling motives and three-dimensional characters in the mix, there is inherent tension for readers, as they eagerly anticipate one of Keating’s classic twists. The depth of historical detail is notable; a good deal of research went into the crafting of this novel, which gives it an authentic and immersive feel. The complex puzzle makes for a page-turning and unpredictable ride, and a firm foundation for Keating’s enticing new series."  - Self-Publishing Review, ★★★★


“A great new series from Ray Keating... Intriguing story and full of suspense, with interesting characters. It’s very different from the PSG [Pastor Stephen Grant] novels, but a lot of similarities in the writing style. I’m looking forward to reading the next one.”  - 5-star Amazon.com review

Regarding Ray Keating, Kirkus Reviews calls his books “exhilarating.” Lutheran Book Reviewsays, “I miss Tom Clancy. Keating fills that void for me.” The retired host of KFUO radio’s BookTalk declares, “Ray Keating is a great novelist.”