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Brand new review: The Widow by Fiona Barton

By Ekta R. Garg

February 10, 2016

Genre: Thriller

Rated: Borrow it

A woman stands by her husband’s side during a criminal investigation, but when the husband dies the woman realizes she no longer has to hold to the party line. 526 more words

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NEWS: Christopher Villiers interviewed at Catholic Book Blogger

Our award-winning British theologian and poet Christopher Villiers, author of Sonnets From the Spirit newly released by Hope and Life Press in December, has just been interviewed and featured by Pete Socks at… 12 more words

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And a Happy Birthday to John Donne

Today is the 444th birthday of John Donne, who—sharing the title with Seamus Heaney and W. B. Yeats—is my favorite poet. And while I could talk about my love of “ 196 more words

Poetry

Please Look After Michael Bond on His 90th Birthday. Thank You.

HOLY MARMALADE!

The one and only Michael Bond is 90 years old today!

All of us here at Alphabet Soup — especially the 50-something resident Paddingtons — are in a full out tizzy of joy. 1,625 more words

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Women Writers Reading Challenge #67: Possession by A.S. Byatt

A.S. Byatt is a master. This book is pretty amazing, as Byatt has to create not only her protagonists, their world, and their quest, but also two literary figures and great portions or excerpts of their works. 106 more words

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Poem: "The House of Christmas"

Merry Christmas, all you darling people.

“The House of Christmas”

by G. K. Chesterton

There fared a mother driven forth
Out of an inn to roam; 259 more words

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NEWS: Hope and Life Press presents Keren Dibbens-Wyatt

Hope and Life Press are proud to present Keren Dibbens-Wyatt, another of our latest authors, with The Garden of God’s Heart, a book of short Christian contemplations inspired by creation and molded in prayer.  194 more words

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