Point Of Man

Point Of Man

by P. W. Abbenhaus

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Overview

In the sequel to the bestselling Fabric of Man, the pope has kidnapped a six-year-old boy from his soccer game, causing Dr. Miller and Dolan to spring into action again. The pope is regaining the child he created to determine if he is the clone of Jesus Christ.

Meanwhile, Dolan's protégé, Leary, is on a different mission: to rescue a woman from the United States who is carrying a new clone from the genetic materials on the Spear of Longinus, currently on display in a museum in Vienna. We are invited to follow the Spear as it travels through history, revealing secrets about the great and terrible men whose paths it has crossed.

Point of Man is the fast-paced, intense follow-up novel in P. W. Abbenhaus's Of Man series. Questions will be answered--and raised--while the characters attempt to cope with the changes a new world is bringing to their lives and their beliefs, a world where humankind's most polarizing individuals are brought being brought back to life and where shocking revelations will change the fabric of history and religion forever.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781541129931
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/08/2017
Series: "of Man" Series , #2
Pages: 374
Sales rank: 843,655
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.77(d)

About the Author

P. W. Abbenhaus is currently the president and CFO of Midwest-based facilities for children with autism. He has held a number of other executive positions, including running an independent research company focusing on Chinese equities. Abbenhaus worked on Wall Street for more a decade, writing hundreds of finance, stock, and economic reports.

Abbenhaus lives with his spouse, his four children, and his dog in the Midwest. He is the author of the bestselling novel Fabric of Man, the first book in the Of Man series. You can learn more about him and his other works by visiting his blog: www.pwabbenhaus.wordpress.com.

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