by J.G. Goodhind (Goodreads Author)
Hotel owner and police liaison officer Honey Driver is about to find out that the living are more terri…more
Hotel owner and police liaison officer Honey Driver is about to find out that the living are more terrifying than the dead. Bath's answer to Miss Marple; though younger and fuller of figure - accompanies professor of the paranormal, Mary Jane, on a ghost walk. The ghosts fail to appear, but one of the walkers is later found hanging from the rafters of an old shop.The supernatural has nothing to do with the murder, but it is connected to the past and the international demand for old artefacts. Honey has two other big problems; the first is that she's being stalked by a man in wellies riding a motorbike. The second is that her mother is threatening to move closer to her hotel. No guesses as to which concerns her the most. But does Honey have a ghost of a chance of solving her latest case...? [close]
by Dennis Mahagin (Goodreads Author)
Praise for the book:
" ...Gritty,gravelly, and harshly beautiful, Mahagin's cockeyed lines and brilliant transpositions will set you out a mile or two then reel you back in like the fish that you never could quite net..."
" ...Longshot & Ghazal is an emotional powerhouse of honest poetry written in the vernacular and filled with surprises that reward the reader. I highly recommend this collection to anyone interested in modern poetry and its possibilities..."
—Simon Perchik [close]
by Danail Hristov (Goodreads Author)
The Christian apologist Jo…more
The Christian apologist Josh McDowell, in his book “More Than a Carpenter”, tries to answer issues crucial for our epoch, connected with the person and the deeds of Jesus, called Christ – Who is he? God? A great teacher? Or a liar and a lunatic? Or maybe he is the Devil himself?
McDowell’s research, however, is biased and unsatisfactory.
In “The End of the Jesus Era” the above assumptions regarding “God-man” are thoroughly analyzed, as well as the question whether the Old Testament really prophesies about him.
The topic of God is also of key importance in the investigation: Does He exist? Where is He? What is His name? What does He look like? What is characteristic of Him? What He is not… What has made the biblical image of God so repulsive to a large number of thinking people? …
Autobiographical notes, stories and observations from the time when the author was a zealous Christian are also included in the study.
With passionate commitment to God, the book strongly criticizes Jesus and Religion.
In this respect it is more religious than atheistic, more philosophical than religious and more real-life than philosophical. [close]
― Martin Guevara Urbina
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