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  • Indigo Sea Press 3:18 pm on June 17, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    “I was reluctant to read The Magic Fault because of a bias against ‘another Dan Brown book.’ However, the story captured so well in these pages (actually the wonderfully interconnected stories within the story) kept me turning pages. There is no ‘deus ex machina’ ending but one that leaves you happily wistful about what really might happen some day in our world. –Rev. Michael H. Crosby, OFMCap., author and lecturer

    The Magic Fault

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  • Indigo Sea Press 3:02 pm on June 17, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    The Magic FaultThe Magic Fault unfolds in Turin, Italy, where the Catholic Church’s most revered relic has been stolen by a mysterious sect from the city’s cathedral. The theft occurs during the 2004 Salone del Gusto, Turin’s celebration of “good, clean, and fair food” sponsored by the international Slow Food Movement. Tom Ueland, an American Midwest college history professor and journalist who writes about magical thinking, is in Turin to vacation with a friend, Rachel Cohen, an exhibitor at the celebration. He’s also there at the invitation of the Turin archbishop, himself a student of magical thinking. Tom takes up the chase after the Shroud of Turin and is spun toward a resolution he never sees coming.

    Click here to read the first chapter of: THE MAGIC FAULT

     
  • Indigo Sea Press 2:54 pm on June 17, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Mini Interview with Paul Mohrbacher, author of THE MAGIC FAULT

    Second Wind: What is the most difficult part of the whole writing process?

    Paul Mohrbacher: The most difficult part of the writing process is cutting out extraneous plot detours. That usually means characters you like but who shouldn’t be in this book; scenes that seem essential but aren’t, dialogue that explains more than it should. The “aha moment” comes at the right time, about halfway through the first draft — where am I going with this story?

     
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