Gargoyle Code

Not since Screwtape Letters has there been such a devastatingly diabolical collection of correspondence.

Master Tempter Slubgrip writes daily to trainee devil Dogwart–advising him on the temptation of a confused young Catholic, while he struggles to control his own ‘patient’–an older Catholic man who is facing a serious illness.

Meanwhile Slubgrip has to watch his back, keep control of various under devils who are plotting to take control of his territory and send him to the banqueting house of the Father below.

Gargoyle Code makes for un-put-downable reading at any time, but it is especially designed as a book to be read during Lent. The letters from the tempters begin on Shrove Tuesday and follow day by day, taking the reader on an entertaining, enlightening and sobering journey toward Easter Day.

My book The Gargoyle Code is now available as an e-book. Go here.

  • Paul h.

    Just bought the ebook. I’m looking forward to reading what the amazon reviewers are praising.

  • Robert Sheehan

    I would have bought a copy. Unavailable for customers in Asia Pacific. Most kindle books are available from Amazon down here. You might want to talk to your publishers.

  • Deacon Jimmy

    Thanks for the ebook version! Do I have to wait for lent to read it though? Keep up the good work!

    • Fr. Dwight Longenecker

      you can read it anytime