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Lanterns in the Mist by Edward Fotheringill

Lanterns in the Mist

by Edward Fotheringill

244 pages
A renegade Catholic priest becomes an instrument of God.

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Part murder mystery, part philosophical discourse, part supernatural thriller, this novel explores the unexpected dimensions of both the light and dark sides of human nature. At the still center of the world lies the energy of pure potentiality, pure possibility. As that energy unfolds outward and manifests itself, anything can happen. We human beings are left to interpret the happenings, and endure them. We are rarely successful at either.

Set in and around Baltimore, Maryland, the story chronicles the intersection of several lives gone strangely off course. At the center of it all is Father Dick Byron, a renegade Catholic priest who, despite his loss of faith in Christianity, has become an instrument of God. What Byron discovers is that life on earth is not unlike a Shakespearian drama where the forces of nature, however inscrutable, are not to be denied.

 

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About the Author
Edward Fotheringill took his undergraduate degree at Towson State College in 1973 and his graduate degree at The Johns Hopkins University in 1978. He taught Philosophy at Towson University from 1979-1992 and at Goucher College from 1989-2003. He is currently a free-lance jazz drummer in Baltimore, Maryland.

 

 

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