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  1. John Herreid

    Novels for Lent

    February 12, 2016 6:04 pm 7 Comments

    Many years ago, I came across a list of suggested disciplines to embrace during Lent. One of the things suggested was to refrain from reading novels during the forty days of Lent. It’s a discipline that I’m happy to say I have never engaged in. In fact, novels and fiction… Read more »

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  2. T. M. Doran

    Short Story: Leonardo’s Work

    September 29, 2015 11:18 am 4 Comments

    Ours is an age where we are barraged at all times by expert opinions, where the obvious becomes elusive. In this original science-fiction short story by T.M Doran, the expert eye may not see what the amateur can. Enjoy. “How many Roadrunners will be delivered this week?” said Leonardo. “Eighty-two.”… Read more »

    Tags: science fiction short story speculative fiction T.M. Doran

  3. First Chapter: Toward the Gleam

    April 23, 2015 1:59 pm Leave a Comment

    Read the first chapter of the novel Toward the Gleam by T.M. Doran. If you like what you’re reading, visit the novel’s page to learn more or order! November 8, 1972 Saint Hugh’s Charterhouse, Sussex Porter broke silence. That was no little thing, but the breaking of his silence was… Read more »

    Tags: fantasy First Chapter J.R.R. Tolkien mystery novels T.M. Doran Toward the Gleam

  4. Roger Thomas

    A Good Ending Is Hard to Find

    January 26, 2015 6:34 pm 8 Comments

    I’m going to run a risk and admit something in public that I’ve hitherto just bandied in private conversations. I do this understanding that I may be marched out to the middle of the hollow square and have my Catholic author’s buttons off and my stripes cut away, but that’s… Read more »

    Tags: C.S. Lewis Evelyn Waugh Flannery O'Connor Graham Greene Holly Ordway J.R.R. Tolkien literary criticism Michael Richard Roger Thomas T.M. Doran Walker Percy

  5. Ignatius Press Novels

    An Interview with T. M. Doran

    November 13, 2014 7:16 pm Leave a Comment

    T. M. Doran’s third novel from Ignatius Press, Iota, has just been published. The story of a man imprisoned by the Communist Russian “liberators” of Prague following World War II, Iota has been hailed as a dark and gripping exploration of themes such as conscience, guilt, complicity, and innocence. It… Read more »

    Tags: author interviews Iota T.M. Doran writing

  6. T. M. Doran

    Ever since Terrapin was published and a Cole Porter Palmer short mystery story was included as an appendix (“The Deadly Dart Mystery”), Ignatius has been offering an annual CPP mystery story. In 2012: “A Legendary Mystery”. In 2013: “The Yellow Tavern Mystery”. And in 2014: “The Linden Murder Case Mystery”…. Read more »

    Tags: Iota mystery T.M. Doran Terrapin

  7. Ignatius Press Novels

    Terrapin available as a free e-book *UPDATE* Offer has expired

    November 10, 2014 4:29 pm 9 Comments

    For a limited time, download a free e-book of Terrapin, the acclaimed mystery novel by T.M. Doran, including the new short mystery story “The Linden Murder Case Mystery”. Click here to download a zip file containing both .prc and .epub formats of this e-book. This free e-book was available only… Read more »

    Tags: ebooks mystery T.M. Doran Terrapin

  8. Iota cover

    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

  9. Ignatius Press Novels

    Free download! The Yellow Tavern Mystery

    December 18, 2013 11:45 am Leave a Comment

    Here’s a Christmas present for mystery-loving readers! Those who have read T. M. Doran’s Terrapin know that the main character, Dennis Cole, is an engineering professor AND a mystery story writer (using the alias, Henry Drake). The Yellow Tavern Mystery is an original short mystery story by Cole/Drake featuring characters… Read more »

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