Rob Barnard's New Book 'Beyond the Walls of St. Peter's' is an Incredible Tale of One Man's Journey Into the Past Through Divine Intervention to Discover His Truth

Fulton Books author Rob Barnard, a musician and truck driver, has completed his most recent book "Beyond the Walls of St. Peter's": a fascinating and gripping narrative following one man as he embarks on a journey to discover the truths of his past and who he truly is.

"What happens when the person you thought you were, the family you called your own, the cathedral across the street, and the house in which you now reside hold so many secrets it would take divine intervention to know what is a lie and what is truth?" writes Barnard. "In the edge of his seat, behind every dark corner, under the floors, in the past, Robert Webber would find his reality! His very existence is largely because of St. Peter's. His childhood priest, Father Jude, who has long passed, once again walks the halls of the cathedral, guiding Robert to his destiny. An old familiar bell will sound, awakening Robert to the fact night after night that he is not alone. A cathedral across the street, now in ruins, will come to life each night, exposing him to a past, present, and future. His wife and child will be caught up in the disturbing events that lead to more answers, revealing that Robert is not who he thought he was."

Published by Fulton Books, Rob Barnard's book is a hair-raising mystery that will leave readers spellbound right up until the very end. As Robert's story unfolds and his destiny slowly reveals itself, will he be able to summon up his courage to accept his reality, or will he remain ignorant to the truth that has always surrounded him? Expertly paced and full of suspense, Barnard weaves an unforgettable tale that will remain with readers long after its final chapter.

Readers who wish to experience this mesmerizing work can purchase "Beyond the Walls of St. Peter's" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

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Source: Fulton Books