Came home on New Year’s Eve to find this comment by Jeffery Round on Facebook on books he had read and liked over he season.. What a gift as a new year begins! Thanks to Jeffrey!
“The White Ribbon Man by Mary Lou Dickinson (Inanna) – every once in a while you come across a book that has so much heart you just want to hug it. This is one of them, but the surprise is that it’s also an adroitly told whodunit. Dickinson takes Toronto’s famous Church of the Holy Trinity (behind the Eaton Centre) and creates not only an intimate portrait of the community that revolves around it, but also the prickly details of a murder and its suspects, including the church's sleep-walking pastor. A highly enjoyable read, it also offers some perceptive insights into the psychic ills of our times.”