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“You kind of wonder how they held their heads up under all that weight.”

From Play With Fire, the fifth Kate Shugak novel: The mammoth’s tusks spiraled up from the display, graceful in spite of their mass, nearly full curls of fossil ivory.  “You kind of wonder how they held their heads up under all that weight.” “Make you feel kind of insignificant, don’t they?” Kate said.  “That something…

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Sex First, Then Religion

Okay, we tackled sex (go here to read that post and the umpteen comments it generated). How about religion? I am in receipt of an essay written by a retired Episcopal priest from Kansas, giving me a polite thumping for the view of religion in Play With Fire, the fifth Kate Shugak novel. He writes,…

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