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Holy Disorder, by Edmund Crispin

December 17, 2013

Today’s Special: Holy Disorders, by Edmund Crispin

All writers have particular areas of inspiration, themes that inspire them to reach, reach, for their own particular levels of genius. For John Irving, for example, it used to be wife-swapping and wrestlers. Our own Sarah Rayne has a thing for haunted buildings. Edmund Crispin was drawn, like a moth to a flame, to really strange domestic animals. And the clergy. He created some of mystery fiction’s most fabulously weird religious people, and they are on deliriously goofy parade in today’s deeply discounted Felony: Holy Disorders. Get it while it’s hot!

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