The Good Vicar – RJ Whitfield #Review #book #suspense

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  1. 12/01/2017

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  2. 04/04/2017

    […] church (of England) church in The Good Vicar by John Samson A Greek orthodox church and an ancient church (later known as Crystal Palace) in […]

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  4. 14/04/2017

    […] self-confronting novel challenging assumptions of a religious nature is RJ Whitfield’s The Good Vicar. As I’ve said before, touching on themes I wouldn’t generally read but definitely worth […]

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