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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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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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Reseach

One of the consistent comments I have been receiving on my debut novel, Judas the Apostle, is that it is very well researched. Before I get into this, I do want to clear up one misunderstanding. Some of the traditional … Continue reading

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What Praise Means

A friend and a client wrote to me today:     I have been meaning to let you know how much I enjoyed your book.  I read it over the weekend after securing my” autographed” copy in your office the … Continue reading

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Why did I write the book?

Frequently asked, but the answer here results from a Bible reading project of a few years ago. When I read the 26th Chapter of Matthew, Jesus says in referring to the man who would betray him, “Better for that man … Continue reading

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My new book is …

My new book is at iUniverse and Amazon among others. Here’s a taste: BOOK DESCRIPTION: : Dr. Clotile Lejeune, a wounded but resourceful expert on ancient languages in Seattle, has her quiet world shaken when she learns that her father, … Continue reading

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