I’m enjoying reading The Devil’s Advocate. Now curious about its Australian Author. Storified Research. I like it. I was wondering how Christian West was, yes, but he is not a preacher.
And this time its all on my site! I could still go & update it there.
His works often were focused on international politics and the role of the Roman Catholic Church in international affairs. One of his most famous works, The Shoes of the Fisherman (1963), described the election and career of a Slavic Pope, 15 years before the historic election of Karol Wojtyła as Pope John Paul II.
|Morris West – Wikiquote
Morris Langlo West (26 April 1916 – 9 October 1999) was an Australian writer.
|Morris West: books by Morris West @ BookFinder.com
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|Morris West Audio Interviews
Morris West, author of The Devil’s Advocate, The Shoes of the Fisherman, and The Clowns of God, talks to Don Swaim about writing becoming more difficult with experience, living in a monastery, and his biographical novel of Carl Jung, The World Is Made of Glass.
|The Devil's Advocate by Morris West
JACKET NOTES: In the bare, rocky desolation of Calabria in Southern Italy, a cult of sainthood has grown around Giacomo Nerone, a mysterious figure who appeared in the last years of World War II. A dying English priest, Blaise Meredith, is dispatched from Rome as a canonical inquisitor, a Devil’s Advocate, to investigate Nerone’s sainthood.
|Morris West Summary | BookRags.com
Like Charles Dickens, the Australian novelist Morris West died suddenly at his desk, with an unfinished manuscript before him. The date was 8 October 1999; then in his eighty-fourth year, West had published twenty-six novels and two plays. His works… About 14 pages (4,057 words) in 1 products