Irish: An Angel's Journey

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First book in series of five: A novel about how Irish, a heir-servant angel, takes a learning journey with Grace, a very naive and sometimes goofy newly created angel, to teach her about human ways. Irish's journey takes her cross-country to Sewanee, TN. There, with the help of Aaron, commander of the angel legions, Irish tries to stop Apollyon's assassin from ruining God's plan for the end times. More
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About David Pollitt

Currently writer of Christian Science Fiction with a five-book series. With three-book Christian nonfiction series on the new covenant species. Additionally, writes educational training books for management and universities. Big sailboat buff spending spare time when not writing restoring old sail boats. Spends time doing editing projects for publishers and authors. Spent years as a finance and business professor. Works for the AT&T Corporation in Nashville, Tennessee and has for the last six years. His three newest writing projects are The Noah Clan: Dark Nephilim Seeds followed by The Floaters, The Shadow Seekers, and The Time Assassins. All of these newest books will be truly off-the-scale secular science fiction. Don't worry, he always keeps them decent and clean.

In addition, David has added the management research resource editions to help students have current and correctly APA cited research papers on management issues. He will be adding one for education. With five degrees, three in management with two masters in education, this is a natural for David.

David now has his own blog on professoredit.wordpress.com

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Review by: Heather Cohen on Oct. 27, 2012 :
Irish the angel is great. I love the way she and Aaron the head of the angel legions act towards each other. Great story. And that Grace is a hoot. She is so funny. I especially like the way she gets on Irish's last nerve. The who suspense and angel war is exciting. You have to figure out what the clues are in discovering the devil's assassin. Keep it up, David
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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