The Stranger In Central Park by James Patrick Dillon

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The book is truly at its best when it explores such difficult ideas. A spiritual tale with an engaging plot, although some extraneous material occasionally slows its progress.
-Kirkus

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Tens of thousands flock to New York’s Central Park.
They come from all over the globe to see “the Stranger,”
witness his miraculous healing power,
hear his deeply moving spiritual messages,
and welcome him as a messenger of peace and hope
in a world gone mad with war and gun violence.

Others conspire to discredit him,
to silence him even at the cost of countless innocent lives.

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“Timely and captivating…
you won’t want to put it down!”
—Sarah McLean, Soul-Centered

"A spiritual tale with an engaging plot..."
—Kirkus Reviews

“If you liked
The Shack or The Alchemist
you are going to LOVE this book!”
—Anthony DeStefano, A Travel Guide to Heaven

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The page-turning action spills onto iconic locations like
The Dakota, Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, and Gracie Mansion,
the residence of New York City’s Mayor, Jack Molinaro.

To Katie Molinaro, Jack’s sister, the Stranger is a divine being
who holds the key to world peace and personal salvation.
However, to Jack, he is a troubling and enigmatic figure
whose zealous followers have dramatically complicated
the frantic search for a nuclear-armed terrorist.

The clock is ticking. The race is on.

Will Jack find and disarm the weapon before it’s too late?

If so, at what cost?

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Dear Reader,

If dynamic page-turners are your thing and you've enjoyed
the fast-paced plots of novelists like Tom Clancy, Dan Brown,
and Michael Crichton, but wished they could have been interwoven
with some of the divinely inspiring content provided by writers like Eckhart Tolle,
Don Miguel Ruiz, Kahlil Gibran, or even Jesus in The Sermon on the Mount,
then I have written this book for you!

I truly hope you enjoy it.

If you're ever in St. Petersburg, Florida, look me up.

I'd be honored to buy you a cup of coffee,
and thank you in person for a kind review!

All my best,

Jim

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Critics and readers hail this book as “A novel for our time!”

I loved this book!
“Be careful when you pick up this book! Once begun to read, you will lose the sense of time and find yourself totally engrossed in this unique read.” By Jim Gon – FIVE STARS

"Intriguing and Inspiring!"
“I absolutely LOVED this book! If I said, "Wow!" that wouldn't even come close to how much I enjoyed this story! From the first page to the last I was pulled in…” Michelle Anne Cox-Lomas Ph.D. – FIVE STARS

“I Loved this book! I believe this book has a message for everyone, but as I stated in my Amazon review, not everyone will read this, and they will miss out on a gift. I read this book The Shack, but I believe The STRANGER IN CENTRAL PARK has the potential to have a greater impact on its readers.”
—Deborah, Reader Review
 

About James Patrick Dillon

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Published February 11, 2018 by Enlightened Little Souls Inc.. 287 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction
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on Sep 11 2017

The book is truly at its best when it explores such difficult ideas. A spiritual tale with an engaging plot, although some extraneous material occasionally slows its progress.

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