About the Author

Marshall H. Huey, III was born in Reading, Pennsylvania November 22, 1940. At this writing he has been married to his wife, Linda, for over seventeen years. They have seven children and fifteen grandchildren.

At the late age of fifty-nine, Mr. Huey was saved and was encouraged to write this book using his fifteen years of writing experience, where he excelled in writing both poetry and prose.

He is a graduate of Albright College where he majored in accounting and economics. He is currently the accounting manager for Kayser-Roth Corporation in Lumberton, NC.

 

Latest Works

Book Title

Aaron's Journey
           -- The Beginning

This story line takes place 2000 years ago, starting with Jesus entering Jerusalem at Passover time and ending with John's release from Patmos and his reuniting with Mary, Jesusí mother, in Ephesus. It traces the fortunes of Aaron, son of a Jewish merchant, as he slowly converts to Christianity and helps establish a fledgling Christian church in his hometown of Ephesus. Many of the early church'sí pivotal figures are encountered, as the events unfold. The human side of these Saints are explored, woven together with the characters family experiences during these challenging times of the early growth of Christianity, as Roman and Jewish authorities try to thwart their efforts.

 
Book Title

Aaron's Journey
           -- The Completion

This story line takes place 2000 years ago, starting with Jesus entering Jerusalem at Passover time and ending with Johnsí release from Patmos and his reuniting with Mary, Jesusí mother, in Ephesus. It traces the fortunes of Aaron, son of a Jewish merchant, as he slowly converts to Christianity and helps establish a fledgling Christian church in his hometown of Ephesus. Many of the early church'sí pivotal figures are encountered, as the events unfold. The human side of these Saints are explored, woven together with the characters family experiences during these challenging times of the early growth of Christianity, as Roman and Jewish authorities try to thwart their efforts.