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Absolute Monarchs

The institution of the Pope – irrefutable source of dogma for Catholics – has over the ages, enjoyed more reverence and better press than in modern days, and has at times been the focus of fiction. Kate Mosse cleverly uses … Continue reading

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The Winter Ghosts

On his twenty-first birthday, six years after the death of his older brother in World War I, Freddie Watson finally succumbs to his grief and goes mad. Years later, released from the sanitarium, as he drives into the French Pyrenees … Continue reading

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