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  1. Terrapin

    Dennis Cole and his three best buddies from childhood gather for a weekend reunion. On the first night, one of the men is murdered—or is he? A professor of engineering by day and a writer of detective fiction by night, Cole and the other survivors try to piece together the… Read more »

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  1. We Cannot Remake Ourselves

    November 17, 2017 4:17 pm Leave a Comment

    I recently traveled to Minnesota to attend a good friend’s wedding. It was great to catch up with him and visit with others. I got to tour the wonderful Minneapolis Institute of Art with Catholic artist Timothy Jones, and also for the first time met with a cousin I hadn’t… Read more »

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  2. T. M. Doran

    Ever since Terrapin was published and a Cole Porter Palmer short mystery story was included as an appendix (“The Deadly Dart Mystery”), Ignatius has been offering an annual CPP mystery story. In 2012: “A Legendary Mystery”. In 2013: “The Yellow Tavern Mystery”. And in 2014: “The Linden Murder Case Mystery”…. Read more »

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  3. Ignatius Press Novels

    Terrapin available as a free e-book *UPDATE* Offer has expired

    November 10, 2014 4:29 pm 9 Comments

    For a limited time, download a free e-book of Terrapin, the acclaimed mystery novel by T.M. Doran, including the new short mystery story “The Linden Murder Case Mystery”. Click here to download a zip file containing both .prc and .epub formats of this e-book. This free e-book was available only… Read more »

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    Iota: A Review

    September 3, 2014 6:30 am Leave a Comment

    This review originally appeared in Ignatius Novels author Roger B. Thomas’s personal blog, A Prince of the West (post here). Reprinted in full with permission. I’ve heard it said that if the world made sense, men would ride sidesaddle. I’m going to up that by claiming that if the world… Read more »

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  5. John Herreid

    “Pulpit Fiction”

    August 21, 2013 9:54 am 5 Comments

    Matthew Schmitz writes over at the First Things blog First Thoughts, reflecting on Randy Boyagoda’s article Faith in Fiction: We have to be more creative about where we look for faith in fiction, and in order to do so, we have to expand our tastes beyond the high modernist aesthetic… Read more »

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