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  1. The Rising

    The Rising

    When nine-year-old C.J. Walker touches the arm of his mother’s dead friend at her wake service and whispers the wish that she wouldn’t be… read more

  2. Tobit's Dog

    Tobit’s Dog

    Despite the ever-present oppression of the Jim Crow South around him, Tobit Messager had become a prosperous and well-respected man. Then one day forces… read more

  3. The Leaves Are Falling

    The Leaves Are Falling

    Available April 2014. An octogenarian bookseller living alone in London has found a description of his father, as a young doctor in 1920s Breslau,… read more

  4. Everywhere in Chains

    Everywhere in Chains

    This highly thought-provoking, sometimes amusing and always life-affirming novel illustrates one family’s experiences with America’s criminal justice system. As Penelope searches for the truth… read more

  5. Voyage to Alpha Centauri

    Voyage to Alpha Centauri

    Available now. Order online. Set eighty years in the future, this novel by the best-selling author Michael O’Brien is about an expedition sent from… read more

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    My husband is a convert from Anglo-Catholicism, that tendency in Anglicanism towards Catholic theology and worship, to the Roman Catholic Church, and he retains… read more

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    Why Waugh?

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    If you made a list of writers who are masters at storytelling, masters of humor, and masters of English prose, it would be a… read more

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    To Obscurity and Beyond

    April 7, 2014 5:14 pm | 3 Comments

    As this is my first post, I wanted to introduce myself by way of the novels I read. I enjoy the classic authors, some… read more

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