A Kingdom in the Hands of the Enemy

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WestBow Press, Jul 27, 2012 - Fiction - 232 pages
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Who can save a kingdom from the hands of the enemy?

James Brown, a missionary, had attempted to convert a kingdom to Christianity. Before he could complete his work, he was assassinated by two travelers no one knew anything about.

Twenty years later, Eugene, son of Peter the Great, is inspired by Alex, Jamess apprentice, and helps spread the gospel to the rest of the kingdom while learning more about it himself.

But a more dangerous threat than lost souls lies inside the kingdom. Some say he is the same one who killed James and King Peter. The real battle begins when someone kills Eugene's best friend. Eugene suddenly finds himself in a game of tug-of-war between the devil and his legions of demons, and the people he wants to help.

There is only one man who knows the secret of how to save the kingdom, but he has been kidnapped by the Devil and put in a faraway place. Eugene must find out quickly who his true enemies are and destroy them. The fate of the entire kingdom now rests in his hands. He learns that only one thing can save a kingdom from the hands of the enemy.

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About the author (2012)

Jeff Hamstra is fifteen years old and lives in northwest Washington State. He has a love for reading and has been inspired by such books as Frank Peretti's The Oath, Hangman's Curse, and This Present Darkness. Other favorite books are Ted Dekker's Skin, The Circle Trilogy, and THR3E.

Jeff has been working on A Kingdom in the Hands of the Enemy since January 2010 and is proud to finally be able to get it published.

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