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  1. Ignatius Press Novels

    “A Masterpiece of Detective Fiction…”

    March 31, 2017 6:10 pm Leave a Comment

    For those who love classic mystery tales, the latest novel by Fiorella De Maria really seems to have struck a chord. In Catholic World Report, Dr. Kelly Scott Franklin says: Thus it is with joy that we welcome a newcomer to the pantheon of literary detectives. In a line of… Read more »

    Tags: detective fiction Fiorella de Maria mystery reviews the sleeping witness

  2. A Well Told Story Translates into Any Language

    February 21, 2017 4:14 pm Leave a Comment

    “A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies, said Jojen. The man who never reads lives only one.” ― George R.R. Martin, A Dance with Dragons   James Casper’s novel Everywhere in Chains has been translated into Polish under a new title: Listy do Penelopy, which means Letters to Penelope—pen-pal communication,… Read more »

    Tags: Eastern Europe Everywhere in Chains James Casper reviews translation

  3. Meryl Kaleida

    Are You Blind?

    November 3, 2015 11:00 am 1 Comment

    I have been on another Dean Koontz kick, and over the last six months I have read 77 Shadow Street, The Husband, The Bad Place, By the Light of the Moon, Watchers, Breathless and most recently Your Heart Belongs to Me. While I enjoyed all of them, I still maintain… Read more »

    Tags: book reviews Dean Koontz reflection reviews suspense Your Heart Belongs to Me

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    Reviewers Wanted! Get a free copy of “We’ll Never Tell Them”!

    September 28, 2015 6:27 pm 1 Comment

    Do you have an active blog? Ignatius Press is seeking bloggers to help us spread the word about our wonderful new novels! For a limited time, Ignatius Press is offering bloggers a FREE e-book of our new novel, We’ll Never Tell Them by Fiorella de Maria. In exchange for the… Read more »

    Tags: free book reviews We'll Never Tell Them

  5. Too Many Things of 2014

    December 31, 2014 3:35 pm 2 Comments

    “Favorite? But I like too many things!” That was the response when I asked my five-year-old daughter what her favorite book was. I often feel the same way when people ask me for my top ten books or films. I like too many things: how can I put them in… Read more »

    Tags: recommendations reviews top ten lists

  6. John Herreid

    Crapulous Cowards and Quarrels

    December 5, 2014 7:25 pm 2 Comments

    “I object to a quarrel because it always interrupts an argument.” —G. K. Chesterton As I write, a lot of Catholics are worried about the ongoing tussling about pastoral issues in the Church. Others are worried about what seems to be a growing partisan divide in America between those with… Read more »

    Tags: Ben Hatke G.K. Chesterton reviews The Ball and the Cross

  7. Ignatius Press Novels

    IP Novels Digest: Happy Advent!

    December 5, 2014 10:48 am Leave a Comment

    Need some Christmas gift ideas? Why not some of our novels? These reviewers think these books are great!   Deacon Jim Russell had this to say about Roger Thomas’ The Accidental Marriage: “The new novel “The Accidental Marriage” (Ignatius Press) by Roger B. Thomas is not exactly a familiar portrait of… Read more »

    Tags: bloggers blogs Christmas gifts Iota novels reviews The Accidental Marriage

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    IP Novels Digest: Thanksgiving Edition

    November 5, 2014 8:49 am Leave a Comment

    Readers just can’t get enough of Roger Thomas’ new novel! Sarah Reinhard at the National Catholic Register gives an insightful review on Roger Thomas’ The Accidental Marriage: “Love is misunderstood so often, so it shouldn’t be surprising that so many people misunderstand marriage. Marriage isn’t just about love the feeling:… Read more »

    Tags: bloggers blogs novels reviews Roger Thomas The Accidental Marriage

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    IP Novels Digest: First Day of Fall!

    September 22, 2014 9:32 am Leave a Comment

    Today is the first official day of Fall and what better way to celebrate than to curl up with one of our novels!  Mark Nowakowski of Communities Digital News suggests Lucy Beckett’s The Leaves are Falling: Lucy Beckett may be a retired English literature professor, but she definitely doesn’t write like… Read more »

    Tags: digest Do No Harm novels reviews The Leaves Are Falling The Quiet Light The Rising Tobit's Dog

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    Iota: A Review

    September 3, 2014 6:30 am Leave a Comment

    This review originally appeared in Ignatius Novels author Roger B. Thomas’s personal blog, A Prince of the West (post here). Reprinted in full with permission. I’ve heard it said that if the world made sense, men would ride sidesaddle. I’m going to up that by claiming that if the world… Read more »

    Tags: historical fiction history Iota novelists reviews T.M. Doran Terrapin Toward the Gleam World War II

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