This is a recent tract from the pen of Roger Carswell, a prolific author and full-time evangelist based in the north of England. It tells the life story of James Berry, the last public hangman in Britain, who was converted late in life and spent the rest of his days as an evangelist. The message is simple but striking.
Liberally embellished with pictures and graphics, it has less than 1000 words, so is a quick read. It is part of a series of over 40 tracts, all of which are well produced and carry an effective Gospel message.
Donald Mackay, Knox Church Perth