The Holy Family: A Novel by Alan Michael Wilt

"The Holy Family is a rich and engrossing story, elegant and moving. Though it takes place on the epic stage of religious belief and disbelief, the drama itself is simple, humane, and ultimately devastating as the title’s twin meanings gradually come into focus. A unique and deeply satisfying read."
—Dale McGowan, author, Parenting Beyond Belief

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