My Friend, The Messiah

I met John on a deserted beach. He was confused, disoriented, dirty, and had lost his memory. When we made eye contact, the skin on my arms and chest froze and a lump of fear suddenly developed in my throat. Our fingers touched and I experienced a sudden wave of peace, like a golden sunset. I knew my life was to be irrevocably changed. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781301671021
About Ray Green

Born in Johannesburg, South Africa in 1944 and emigrated to Australia in 1977 when the political scene in South Africa was becoming extremely uncertain.
Graduated as a Chartered Accountant but spent most of my working life in the computer industry designing and programming financial based computer systems.

The creative process of computer systems design and programming is very similar to writing and the challenge from conception, plot/program development to completion is what attracts me to write fiction.
I have designed, written and conducted training courses in financial application programming using spreadsheets as well as end-user courses in the usage of Microsoft Windows.

Conscripted into the South African Army for military training and spent 6 months as a volunteer in the Israeli Army during and after the 6-Day War in Israel in 1967.

Married Cheryl in Johannesburg in 1977 and our son Barton was born in Sydney in 1981.

Completely fanatical golfer – almost turned pro in 1968.
Hip replacement in 1992 and again in 2013 – it now only hurts when I laugh…

I have a strong feeling for truth and morality and my writing reflects this. I have written four books and all have the same strong moral characters for the heroes with the villains lacking in honesty and morality. I firmly believe that the truth will always prevail and that good will eventually come to all those who believe in ultimate justice.

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