The Woman in White

Having thoroughly enjoyed Wilkie Collin’s The Moonstone, I went out and got a copy of the same author’s The Woman in White. Short answer: it’s even better. The Moonstone‘s climax is marred by a plot point that seems completely implausible today, although it would have seemed more more reasonable when it was written, whereas The Woman in White has no [Read More...]

Joe’s Back and This Time It’s Biblical: Reviewing “The King of Plagues” by Jonathan Maberry

… He paused. “Tell me again what Scofield said to you. About the river of blood.” I closed my eyes and found the words. “‘They said that if the rivers didn’t run red with blood, then the blood of my family would run like a river.’” “Yes. That troubles me.” “All of it troubles me. [Read More...]

A Garden of Visible Prayer by Margaret Rose Realy

A beginner must think of herself as one setting out to make a garden in which her Beloved Lord is to take his delight … (St. Teresa of Avila) This book is a step-by-step approach to help guide you in creating a meaningful sacred space — a place you can step into, close at hand, [Read More...]


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