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Deirdre Sinnott, Book Reviewer

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Church of Lies

by Deirdre Sinnott

Keep sweet or you will go to hell. Never forget the core teaching. Perfect obedience produces perfect faith. So said the leaders of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (FDLS) to their women and children. But... Read More

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Dread

by Deirdre Sinnott

The bubonic plague was an archetypical societal experience in Europe. It killed about 200 million people in the fourteenth century. In repeated waves that appeared and disappeared over a four hundred-year period, the so-called pestilence... Read More

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Bread, Body, Spirit

by Deirdre Sinnott

After the grueling work of hunting and gathering, small groups of humans sat together around a roaring fire. They shared food and stories, developing unity and group spirit. Food was survival and community, and the people knew where the... Read More

Book Review

The Lonely Soldier

by Deirdre Sinnott

Modern times have created soldiers in both the male and female variety. Both carry heavy guns. Both are involved in firefights. Both are wounded. Both are killed. But the female version, a growing percentage of the US armed forces, is... Read More

Book Review

Lost in the Sacred

by Deirdre Sinnott

When the first Arab Human Development Report (AHDR) was issued in 2002 it caused much soul searching. The report a project of the United Nations was compiled by Arab intellectuals sociologists and economists. Its unflinching assessment... Read More

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Nothing is Ever Lost

by Deirdre Sinnott

After trudging through a day at work minding his demanding business and tending to his ailing brother Aris begins his real journey. From dusk to dawn during fitful hours of sleep he embarks on a forty-day stroll that could save his soul.... Read More

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