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NEW: The Wife of Pilate

March 10, 2015 5:45 pm | Leave a Comment

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“A book to be treasured. The times and places are beautifully and accurately evoked, and the stories are gripping to read.”
– Lucy Beckett, Author, Postcard from the Volcano

“Von le Fort’s serene and probing intellect examines with absolute honesty the dilemmas of our human striving for authentic faith and love during times of peril and confusion. There is clear light here, a profound, though unsentimental, confidence in the triumph of Christ as Lord of History.”
– Michael O’Brien, Author, Father Elijah: An Apocalypse

“Von le Fort offers rich historical fiction and deeply spiritual reflections in stories that remain relevant to this day. At the Gate of Heaven is a particularly prophetic tale this age would do well to ponder.”
– Michael Richard, Author, Tobit’s Dog

“Gertrud von le Fort masters the challenge of bringing to life relatable characters as well as conveying the outlook of bygone eras.”
– Roger Thomas, Author, The Accidental Marriage

“A remarkable tapestry combining faith with a dramatic sense for both historical and personal tragedies woven, by a great literary talent.”
– Alice Von Hildebrand, Author, The Privilege of Being a Woman

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