Assassin’s Code by Jonathan Maberry

Assassin’s Code by Jonathan Maberry My rating: 4 of 5 stars In my trade, confidence is built on a platform whose legs are made up of good intelligence, continuous training, proper equipment, and field support. I had a sick dog, a dead man’s gun, a stolen briefcase, a vampire hunter’s stake in my belt, and [Read More...]

Getting the Marriage Conversation Right: A Book About the Catholic Position on Same-Sex Unions

I originally posted this column at my personal blog, as part of a book review on behalf of The Catholic Company. The review is at the bottom of the page, but I need to lay out some preliminary matter first.  And this is a post concerning sex.  Not for children. To be Catholic is to [Read More...]

Twilight Watch by Sergei Lukyanenko

Twilight Watch by Sergei Lukyanenko My rating: 5 of 5 stars Sergei Lukyanenko is back to full form in the third of the books looking at the Light versus the Dark. Intriguingly this book begins with the joint statements: This book is of no relevance to the cause of the Light. — The Night Watch [Read More...]


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