Tag Archives: Judas

Suppose…

Dear All…this is the tentative title to the third novel in the Cloe Lejeune series. Is it the last? Maybe so. So many people seem to have enjoyed the first two books, Judas the Apostle and The Last Sicarius, that … Continue reading

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A Reader

I’ll tell you how it happened to me. I was about seven years, maybe eight. In those days, one set of grandparents lived a block away and the other set two blocks. I had been sent to the grandparent’s house … Continue reading

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The Sequel

Writing the sequel to my debut novel, Judas the Apostle, has been an extremely interesting process. When I finished JTA, I had no notion of writing a follow on book. Writing one book, getting it published and selling the book … Continue reading

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Judas the Apostle—the movie!

A producer is talking to me about making my novel, Judas the Apostle, into a movie. This is pretty amazing. Among many other things, I’m being asked who would play the principal characters. The problem is I’m so far removed from … Continue reading

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Judas the Apostle-J.E.

All…you know the three main characters in my debut novel, Judas the Apostle, are Cloe, the monsignor and J.E. I have commented on Cloe and the monsignor. But what about J.E.? What’s he doing in the book? J.E. is Cloe’s son. … Continue reading

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Judas the Apostle-the monsignor

JTA…the monsignor is the mysterious Vatican representative who shows up to help Cloe discover the secrets of the 2000 year old relic left to her by her murdered  father. Cloe’s father, Thibodeaux Lejeune, found the relic in WWII in the Tunisian mountains … Continue reading

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Clotile Lejeune

Judas the Apostle. One thing I want to get straight is the language. In the U.S., to paraphrase an old saying, we are a people separated by a common language. Writing is about nothing if not about the language. In … Continue reading

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