What’s Lost Review

Last week Lutheran author Ray Keating released book 15 in his Pastor Stephen Grant Series: What’s Lost? This latest installment is another novella, written in the style of a journal. Below: my What’s Lost review.

What’s Lost Review

Another enjoyable read from Ray Keating, just in time for summer.

This was another quick read—a little over a hundred pages. It was written in the style of a personal journal, which was fine, though I think it worked better in the beginning than toward the end. After all, how many of us, as adults, are still vulnerable in our diaries? Would a former CIA agent be?

Still, things warmed up in the story toward the action & soul searching we fans know to expect and love. 🙂 The use of journaling didn’t hinder the flow of text. It even became a bit of a plot point as another journal emerged amid travels. A few new characters join several of the ongoing characters we already know and love to give us another episode of Pastor Stephen Grant.

What’s lost? Thankfully not what I initially feared! And I expect several of you will breathe a sigh of relief right alongside me. What’s not lost? Stephen’s faithfulness toward God and his wife even during a side adventure involving Paige.

Series Review

Here are the Pastor Stephen Grant novels & short stories in order with my reviews:

  1. Warrior Monk (2010) (Reviewed here)
  2. Root of All Evil? (2012) (Reviewed here)
  3. An Advent for Religious Liberty (2012) (Reviewed here)
  4. The River (2014) (Reviewed here)
  5. Murderer’s Row (2015) (Reviewed here)
  6. Wine Into Water (2016) (Reviewed here)
  7. Lionhearts (2017) (Reviewed here)
  8. Reagan Country (2018) (I missed reviewing one! I know I read it and enjoyed it. Huh.)
  9. Heroes & Villains (2018) (short story) (Reviewed here
  10. Shifting Sands (2018) (short story) (Reviewed here)
  11. Deep Rough (July 16, 2019) (Reviewed here)
  12. The Traitor (December 9, 2019) (novella?) (Reviewed here)
  13. Vatican Shadows (November 30, 2020) (Reviewed here)
  14.  Past Lives: A Pastor Stephen Grant Short Story (February 26, 2021) (Reviewed here)
  15. What’s Lost (May 28, 2021) (Reviewed here)

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