Category: Reviews Written by Jim Denison
In the years since, his characters have continued to live through a variety of authors. Parker's Western characters, Territorial Marshal Virgil Cole and Deputy Marshal Everett Hitch, make their second post-Parker appearance in Robert Knott's new novel, Bull River. Cole and Hitch find themselves chasing a wife-stealing bank robber to Mexico City and beyond, led by a killer they capture and then are forced to trust as a guide. The dialogue is classic Parker—terse, often funny, and exactly what you'd expect Western lawmen to say 150 years ago.
Category: Reviews Written by Janet Denison
Rachel Held Evans writes with humor, candor and with thoughtful consideration of the Scriptures. Her premise was to try to live according to the literal directives found in the Bible. She calls her husband "master;" she learns to cook and sew; she sends off for a computerized doll that simulates a newborn infant so she can practice motherhood. She tries to obey some of the Levitical laws about purity and she visits a monastery to spend some time in contemplative silence.
Category: Reviews Written by James Peel
In the book, Tickle set out to answer three questions:
- "What is this thing," the Great Emergence?
- How did it come to be?
- "Where is it going" and "where is it taking us as it goes?"
- Killing Jesus: A History
- The Cloud Strike Prophecy
- The Suicide of Reason: Why the West is losing
- How Superman helps us serve the Savior
- Iron Man 3: making our own demons
- Skyfall: the best Bond film ever?
- Argo and the liberation of our souls
- The Harbinger: a review
- The Dark Knight Rises
- The Amazing Spider-Man