An Angel for Maxey

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WestBow Press, Jul 10, 2010 - Fiction - 288 pages
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Reese Maxey is a modestly successful industrial market researcher and executive interviewer.

When a new international religion explodes on the world scene with the goal of unifying all faiths into one body, Reese Maxey is recruited to bring his skills to the movement.

But as he becomes more involved in the rapidly expanding worldwide church, he discovers not all is as it seems in the new faith. His discoveries bring to light his own inner spiritual struggles, and more disturbing, he finds there are human forces around him determined to make him and break him. Or kill him.

From the lofty powers who meet annually in Davos, Switzerland, to the streets and corporate corridors of Midwestern cities comes a story about one man’s spiritual struggle and the intrigue of spiritual wickedness in high places.

An Angel for Maxey is a religiously inspired thriller that will entertain as well as empower one’s faith.”
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Contents

Chapter 1
1
Chapter 2
43
Chapter 3
54
Chapter 4
57
Chapter 5
63
Chapter 6
82
Chapter 7
86
Chapter 8
90
Chapter 18
170
Chapter 19
190
Chapter 20
197
Chapter 21
209
Chapter 22
213
Chapter 23
217
Chapter 24
226
Chapter 25
235

Chapter 9
98
Chapter 10
100
Chapter 11
104
Chapter 12
125
Chapter 13
129
Chapter 14
142
Chapter 15
145
Chapter 16
153
Chapter 17
161
Chapter 26
244
Chapter 27
247
Chapter 28
251
Chapter 29
257
Chapter 30
260
Chapter 31
267
Chapter 32
273
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About the author (2010)

Ronald Winters is a part-time teacher and writer. He holds a master of arts degree in counseling psychology. He has held professional membership in the American Marketing Association, the Society of Competitive Intelligence Professionals, and Associate membership in the American Psychological Association. His work background includes field rep positions with three Fortune 500 companies and a community mental health center. The predominance of his work history has been as an industrial market researcher for the publishing community. He has worked as a volunteer with the counseling department of an Assemblies of God Megachurch. He and his wife attend a nondenominational church in the Dallas Forth Worth metroplex. This is his first novel.

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