Saul was no ordinary agent in Jewish Homeland Security. His clearance was beyond top secret, and no one dared question his methods—not weary politicians from the Pharisee or Sadducee parties or even Rome. He drove his big Denali around Israel, sporting his trademark leather jacket and aviator sunglasses, hunting—always hunting.
He hunted heretics—those who claimed the dead leader, Jesus of Nazareth, was still alive—who caused nothing but trouble. So Saul took them down hard. With the help of his deadly reputation, his two Glock 17s and a license to kill from the corrupt religious establish and government agencies. He had many enemies and few friends. However, all of that changed following an ambush on the Damascus Road, after which Agent Saul’s perspective is forever altered.
Everything Saul thought he believed is now wrong, and he doubts his own faith and sanity. Saul was the most bloodthirsty hunter in the Middle East; now, he has become an enemy to those he worked for, an advocate for a new savior, and protector of those he once hunted.