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An agnostic and acerbic pilgrim. . .

. . . but perhaps not an ideal companion, says Lavinia Byrne

Holy Fire! Travels in the Holy Land

Jill Dudley

Orpington Press £7.99

(978-0-95538345-8)

Church Times Bookshop

£7.20 (Use code CT643)

 

JILL DUDLEY keeps her readers on their toes. In a series of sparkling and, at times, catty anecdotes, she exposes the shortcomings of her experiences and fellow travellers on a trip to the Holy Land. So we have the morose canon who leads the group; his wife with her bulk, her ...

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