The God Spot

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Word Pub., 1999 - Fiction - 459 pages
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On the edge of the most shocking medical discovery of the last 2000 years, neurosurgery resident Hank Blackaby has no idea the chain of events he is about to unleash or the peril he faces. Pulled from today's research and tomorrow's headlines, Dean Briggs' scientific thriller weaves espionage, genetic research and murder into a riveting, unforgettable tale.

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About the author (1999)

In 1993, after leaving medical marketing, Dean Briggs launched his own marketing and advertising consulting firm, but these days that is not where his passion lies. The pursuit of his true passions takes place during non-business hours, where he divides his time between ministry and writing.Briggs founded a non-denominational church, Alliance Christian Fellowship, where he now pastors and serves as a member of the leadership team. He feels called as a Bible teacher to "awaken people to their high calling in Christ Jesus."In his writing, Briggs desires to craft both fiction and non-fiction works that will enlighten the mind and deepen the mystery of faith.Briggs' second novel, to be released in June 2001, is a modern-day parable of redemption and ultimate sacrifice titled The Most Important Little Boy in the World (W Publishing Group).Briggs graduated magna cum laude from Southwest Baptist University in 1991 and hopes to continue developing his writing. He and his wife, Amy, live in Bolivar, MO, with their four sons, Hanson, Evan and twins, Gatlin and Gage.

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