"What's Lost?" is the Latest Pastor Stephen Grant Thriller from Award-Winning Novelist Ray Keating
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Gripping Tale Told in Pastor Stephen Grant's Own Words from His Journal

DAVENPORT, Fla. - eMusicWire -- What's Lost? A Pastor Stephen Grant Short Story is an edge of-your-seat page-turner by Ray Keating that is torn from the pages of Grant's own journal.

Pastor Stephen Grant tells a riveting mystery involving deception, betrayal, sacrifice and friendship, along with plenty of action and questions about what we truly can know about others. Grant takes us on a personal journey across decades and around the world, from Long Island to Vietnam.

This is the second Pastor Stephen Grant thriller by Ray Keating told from Grant's own viewpoint, unfolding each day in the pages of his journal.

In a 4-star review of What's Lost?, Self-Publishing Review said, "The Pastor Stephen Grant universe grows a bit wider and more fascinating with Ray Keating's latest short story release. This gripping tale of deception, retribution, and redemption is filled with espionage, action, and a good deal of enticing mystery. Keating's original twists and singular protagonist result in another solid ride."

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For good measure, Kirkus Reviews has called Ray Keating's Pastor Stephen Grant "an engaging and multifaceted character" and "a consistently entertaining hero."

Ray Keating said, "Like Past Lives, What's Lost? is an adventure written from a first-person point of view. Grant tells the story through his journal entries. And while this is a 'short story,' it's packed with action, mystery and revelations about relationships."

Paperbacks and the Kindle edition of What's Lost? A Pastor Stephen Grant Short Story are at Amazon via https://www.amazon.com/dp/B094GQN6PG and signed books are at https://raykeatingonline.com/products/whatslost.

About Keating and his Pastor Stephen Grant thrillers and mysteries, Kirkus Reviews simply says "exhilarating." Lutheran Book Review says, "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." David Keene of The Washington Times calls these novels "great reads."

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Keating's previous Pastor Stephen Grant thrillers/mysteries – Past Lives (2021), Vatican Shadows(2020), The Traitor (2019), Deep Rough (2019), Shifting Sands (2018), Heroes and Villains (2018), Reagan Country (2018), Lionhearts (2017), Wine Into Water (2016), Murderer's Row (2015), The River (2014), An Advent For Religious Liberty (2012), Root of All Evil? (Second Edition 2020), andWarrior Monk (Second Edition 2019) – have received widespread praise from all kinds of readers.

Review copies, and author interviews and appearances are available upon request.

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