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Ilya Kralinsky, Oct 15, 2010 - Fiction - 290 pages
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More power than anything in the world ...Raymond Smith lives in a world where Hitler's scientists developed the Bomb in 1944, World War II bled into the Cold War and the Korean War, and Russia leads the world in technology. As his American Dream becomes the American Nightmare, Raymond joins his mentor, former astronaut and Colonel John Bennett, to discover he holds more power in the world than anyone fighting for control over it. From the battlefields of World War II to Middle America to Soviet Russia, Saint is an enlightening adventure of the spirit.And the generous heart worthy of it ...Saint teaches us all that a simple life guided by strong values and love leads us on the journey of life. Full of tragedy and triumph, Saint shows us how suffering forges the spirit, how science and religion are partners in knowledge, and how life goes on throughout the ages, all told in an adventure of two men longing for the truth.

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Ilya Kralinsky lives in Coastal Texas with his wife and two children.

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