Jonathan Prescott is taking his family home - "in caskets in cargo" - when a brilliant white light engulfs their plane. Seconds later a terrorist missile strikes it. All are lost, except for Jonathan. Was it the white light that miraculously saved him? This is only the beginning of Jonathan's troubles. Before he knows it, he has this compulsion to tell the world about the light. A deranged President, however, wants him dead because he was not supposed to see this light and survive. "It's a matter of national security." What does the president know about the light that Jonathan is trying to find out? Perhaps, the president answers to a higher authority. When the terrorists discover Jonathan survived their destruction, they double their efforts to kill him. Unwittingly, the terrorists and the FBI team up to hunt Jonathan down. Being saved and surviving professional killers are two different things. Enter: Angelina, Angel of the Lord, a nun and a nurse by day, but a real angel by night. She gets help from two unlikely sources. Pope Urban IX and his old friend, the Deputy CIA Director. Are they a match for the president, the terrorists and a higher authority that wants to make sure every thing goes right for D-Day? What's at stake, of course, is not just Jonathan's survival, but earth's. Angelina has a story to tell too. In addition to insuring his success, she must fall in love. That's her penance because she hates humans. It's the only way she can return to heaven. Is Jonathan that man? Or, is it someone else whom she least suspects? Together Jonathan and Angelina make one heck of a dynamic duo, as they fight to keep Jonathan alive, get Angelina to heaven and in the process save the world. "Angel of the Lord" is the first book in a series entitled "Voyages of Jonathan." The second, "Aliens and an Angel," is due out in early 2016.