Uther and Igraine

Uther and Igraine

George Warwick Deeping (1877-1950) was a prolific English novelist and short story writer. His most famous novel is "Sorrell and Son" (1925). His early work is dominated by historical romances. His later novels attempted to keep alive the spirit of the Edwardian age.

Contemporary American Playwrights

Contemporary American Playwrights

A leading writer on American theatre explores the works and influences of ten contemporary American playwrights.

I Bring You Glad Tidings

It's All About Opposites

I Bring You Glad Tidings

One night a few years after the tragic death of his fiancée, David Knight has a dream - or is it a dream? In it, his dead girlfriend shows him a diagram of a time machine that he instinctively knows will work. Working in secret, he builds the machine and tests it several times only to find that some 1,000 years in the future, humanity has ceased to exist. As he works his way back towards the present, he sees scenes of death and destruction that horrify him. Knowing that he may be the only human alive who can intervene to save humanity, David travels into the past to discover the origins of Christianity and examine the millennia of religion-based conflicts that have plagued human history. In his research in the past, he is shocked to learn there was no historical Jesus as described in the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. As he gets to know the four writers, he learns that Mark is leading a movement to help unify the Jewish people who are under the tyrannical rule of the Romans. Mark and his brethren are trying to help people see that there can be new life, rebirth and draws his character of Jesus as a human sent from God to save His people. In helping them with their work, David sees a way to reveal the manuscript to his own time and if modern scientific research can confirm its finding, then the future of the human race has a chance of survival. Returning to his real time, he puts in motion a series of events that he hopes will turn humanity away from the brink of extinction....

Tidings

Tidings

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The Dublin Review

The Dublin Review


Tidings of Murder and Woe

An Anna Nolan Mystery

Tidings of Murder and Woe

Christmas can be murder on families, especially when your mother is Julia Moreland, the CEO of a big oil company. Julia has a secret she’s about to announce to the press, but someone is sending her threatening notes to keep her mouth shut. Julia’s stepson is dating Magdalena, Anna Nolan’s boss. Anna has already outwitted death twice this year and her nerves can’t stand much more. Besides, all she wants for Christmas is to spend time with the two men in her life. So when her boss turns to her for help, Anna is reluctant. Still, curiosity is her downfall and sticking her nose in where it isn’t wanted her forte. Tidings of Murder and Woe is a page-turner with plenty of plot twists, dashes of humour and romance, and even a little Christmas baking. Tags: mystery, romance, humor, holidays, suspense, pets