Books tagged: ecclesiastical

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Death in the Old Rectory
Series: A Grace Church Mystery. Price: $4.95 USD. Words: 42,740. Language: English. Published: January 15, 2016 by Camel Press. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » Cozy, Fiction » Mystery & detective » Police Procedural
Grace Church is once again in turmoil. First Father Robert is displaced from the old rectory by a thrift store, then a young man volunteering at the shop is shot dead while on duty. Though well-loved, Nick had a criminal past. Did his past catch up with him? When an explosion and vandalism follow, the priest and his staff can’t help but wonder: will the killer strike again?
Character Assassins - Dealing with Ecclesiastical Tyrants and Terrorists
Price: $4.00 USD. Words: 95,490. Language: English. Published: May 16, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Christian Ministry / Discipleship, Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Christian Ministry / Counseling & Recovery
Character Assassins is a timely and important book by Peter Hammond. It exposes the pathological antagonists who are out to destroy God's anointed, reveals the motivations behind the accuser of the brethren and sets forth in great detail how to discover the truth. Character Assassins is must reading. I recommend it for every believing Christian." Dr. Ted Baehr, MOVIEGUIDE
Íslendzk Æventýri (Hugo Gering's Icelandic Legends, Novellas and Tales, Revised 2017)
Price: $5.00 USD. Words: 58,490. Language: English. Published: January 13, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Literary collections » European / Scandinavian, Fiction » Anthologies » Short stories - single author
An English translation of Hugo Gering's 1882 publication, "Íslendzk Æventýri", with stories he found in old Icelandic Arnamagnaean manuscripts. These stories tell Icelandic and European tales both ecclesiastic and secular going as far back as the 3rd century. This is a 2017 revision.