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A Thriller based in a Diocese of Ely Church - A blog from Bishop David

Posted on Wednesday 20 September 2017
The Atwelle Confession. For Atwelle read Outwell. The church in West Norfolk where some remarkable carved figures were revealed in the roof-space and which has led to a new thriller...

Now American author Joel Gordonson has brought them to life in a detective thriller, published this week, in which two identical series of murders five hundred years apart time-shift together, and the “gargoyles” predict the sequence.
Joel is keen to support the real Outwell church, and is flying over to be at a BOOK LAUNCH in Outwell Church on Friday 20th October.
The event will start at 7.00pm, with organ music and with an introduction from me, followed by a short piece from Dr Claire Daunton on the carvings (with images) and the latest research; then four readings from the novel interspersed with music from the two periods in which the novel is set (1532 and 2017) performed by instrumentalists and singers.
The event will finish with food and drink and a raffle, and conclude by about 8.30pm.
We are of course looking to fly some books over as well for you to buy, or you can order through the UK Amazon website on the link below.
Do come and support this local church and have a good night out as well!
All welcome.
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