Thursday, September 29, 2005


"Christian Detective Series" is based on a presentation made at the 2004 Association of Christian Librarians conference. Your input is desired. There may be mistakes. Please offer corrections. You may have an author or authors you think ought to be included. Please list them. You may have read an author listed here--please add comments. Your comments could be as short as "The detective in this series is a Quaker." Or you might have a lot to say. Please do.


At 1:16 PM, Blogger Julana said...

Welcome to the blogosphere. :-) I found you through Dee at christianfiction.
I enjoy mysteries, but find many modern ones to be too violent or coarse for my taste. Your information will be useful to me.

I have just embarked on Ellis Peters' Cadfael series, on the recommendation of several other bloggers, and am enjoying it.

At 7:40 AM, Blogger Steve Oberg said...

Hi Roger,

I'm really glad to see that you are doing this. I will add your blog to my news feeds! Keep up the good work.


At 6:19 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You may be interested in the Clerical Detectives site at:

At 3:44 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Being Christian Detectives, why has no one worked out the real story behind Christ. Questions like, why he came,? Why he did not say who he was? Why as a god of love, does he let so much suffering? Why Why Why?

No person has never worked this out.
May be it's because he told us we would be deft and blind to his word. Is this why we have never worked out the real reason of why Christ had to come?

At 2:06 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The URL of Philip Grosset's Clerical Detectives site has now changed to

At 5:30 AM, Anonymous Ronald S. Barrios said...

My name is Ronald S. Barrios and I write Christian mysteries. you may be interested in checking out my website for more information. I have an ongoing series called 'The Rey Series'.
Thank you,

At 9:57 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi, Roger--

Just found your post, have skimmed it with enjoyment and appreciation, and will return to do a more careful reading. Part of my appreciation is because I've recently finished a novel about death in a theological school; the sleuth is an instructor on the faculty.



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