Pierce Kelley, a local author/attorney, announces the release of his latest book, Hiding in America, which is a sequel to both Massacre at Sirte and Hunted, the former of which won awards for both current events and theology last year. It, too, is a work of fiction about the problems which exist in the Middle East, North Africa, and now the world due to the actions of ISIS and the killings of innocent Christians. After beheading twenty-one Coptic Christians in Sirte, Libya in February of 2015, ISIS continues to target Christians in Egypt and elsewhere in the world, despite the fact that it has been militarily defeated in Iraq and Syria.
In Massacre at Sirte, ISIS spared the protagonist, Mekhaeil Zacharias, a 16 year old boy, and told him to tell the world what he had seen and what they had done to his fellow Copts.
In Hunted, Mekhaeil was taken by his country to Kuriannoor, India to hide from them, since they changed their minds, when he became a celebrity, and sought to find and kill him. There, he lived with Mar-Thoma Christians in the state of Kerala. He learned of Hinduism, Buddhism and of life on a farm. While attending the Maramon Convention, the largest gathering of Christians in the world, he was discovered and forced to flee, again.
This book, Hiding in America, received the following review:
This is the third in what will be a five-book series on the topic. For the fourth book, to be entitled Pilgrimage, Mr. Kelley walked 500 miles on el Camino de Santiago in northern Spain a few months ago. That book is expected out in a few months.
Mr. Kelley will be speaking at the public library in Mayo, FL on Monday, February 12 at 4:30 p.m. about these and all other books he has written.
Copies may be purchased from Mr. Kelley’s website of www.piercekelley.com, or on Amazon or Barnes & Noble.