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Disappointment

As usual, I’ve been on the lookout for good Christian fiction, and picked up several new books recently. They have all been disappointing and I can’t recommend them. Four of them I couldn’t finish, one I skipped most of the … Continue reading

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Vicarious Thrills

If you are looking for thrillers with a conscience, which would be appreciated by an average Christian man, I recommend ‘Benefit of the Doubt’ and ‘All that Glitters’ by Les Cowan. I’ve just read them, and rattled through them, as … Continue reading

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Angels and Passion from Catherine Fox

Two excellent British Christian novels from Catherine Fox. Angels and Men – moving, dramatic, heart-burningly sad at times. Sparky characters, witty dialogue. Despite the title, there are few angels and it certainly isn’t a slushy, ‘everyone prays and gets converted’ … Continue reading

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Is British Christian Fiction different to American?

A while back, I started a facebook group, Christian Fiction UK. But American authors kept asking to join it and, as soon as they did, using it to aggressively promote their Christian fiction. So I then remove them from the … Continue reading

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