A tormented Green Beret who is plagued by suicidal guilt uses
his special gifts to fight tyranny and overcome personal demons.
Of Good and Evil,
author Gerald G. Griffin immerses us in a spellbinding story of
good versus evil as seen through the eyes of a Green Beret who
was discharged from the army after the men under his control
died in fierce combat and his ensuing anguish became unbearable.
The characterizations of decency and depravity ebb and flow as
Green Beret Ron Sheffield battles mobsters, terrorists, and a
government cell while, at the same time, he falls in love,
develops mental gifts, and works with the Mafia as a hit man.
This intriguing book will captivate you with accounts of a
powerful and humane secret society and mental powers that extend
beyond our imaginations. In
Of Good and Evil, the lines separating decency and
corruption blur, but the message is commanding and clear. In the
battle of spirit versus tyranny, an honorable soul is destined
to triumph. Don’t miss this chance to see life and its
challenges more clearly. This is a gripping tale of the potency
of nobility and humanity.
“In this age there is nobility of spirit and the courage to
preserve and protect that nobility. In the field of fiction we
have men of great stature
. . . To that list add the name of Gerald Griffin . . . .” –
Nancy Cline, MENSA