The Banality of Goodness
Why this Christian historian loves detective stories featuring a German atheist
“Hard-boiled” is the last adjective anyone would use to describe me. I get uncomfortable watching movies with frequent profanities and graphic scenes of sex or violence. But ever since COVID lockdown prompted me to start reading more fiction, my tastes have run to detective novels in the mode of Dashiell Hammett and Raymond Chandler, if not quite James …
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