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Selwyn Alumni in Print


We like to share what our alumni go on to achieve once they leave Selwyn College, and we are proud to be able to provide a glimpse into the many books that have recently been published. If you would like to submit your own publication, or let us know of your own successes, please contact the Development & Alumni Office on 01223 335843 or email


The Woman Before  

Jennifer Moore (SE 1994)
The Woman Before

A perfect home...
A destructive obsession...
A fatal secret.

New house. New baby. New start, away from painful memories and the dead twin Fern still sees everywhere. But the property on Crenellation Lane comes with its own dark secrets, including the mysterious woman who first showed Fern round. 

The Woman Before is a haunting psychological thriller, perfect for fans of Claire Douglas and Lisa Stone.

Published by HQ, Harper Collins
September 2022
(ISBN: 9780008535391)

Two Heads - Alex Frith  

Alex Frith (SE 1997)
Two Heads

Children's non-fiction author Alex Frith has branched out from his day job to write a book - actually, a comic - for grown-ups. Written together with his parents, leading neuroscientists Uta and Chris Frith, Two Heads explains, roughly, how the brain works, before going on to uncover amazing finds from the latest research into 'social cognition' - the study of how people interact with each other, copy each other, and try (or fail) to cooperate. Ideal for fans of popular science books, and certainly for any students studying psychology.

Published by Bloomsbury
March 2022

Ben Jonson and a matter of grave concern  

Geoffrey Benson (SE 1974)
Ben Jonson and a Matter of Grave Concern

Ben Jonson, the forensic accountant extraordinaire with a keen brain and a wry sense of humour, has a lot of concerns on his mind: dealing with cases for forensic examination, he has to do a lot of detective work. Then there is his ferocious office manager, Janet, and the local amateur operatic society on which Ben is anxious to shine…

April 2022
Olympia Publishers

Spidertouch Alex Thomson  

Alex Thomson (SE 2000)

Enslaved by a mute-race of cruel dictators, Razvan learns their touch-language and works as a translator in order to survive. But war is on the horizon and his quiet life is about to get noisy... 

"Thomson builds a fascinating world of competing forces and political motivations. Action-adventure fans will enjoy this brisk story of revolution, revenge and justice." Publishers Weekly

December 2021
Angry Robot Books

Turf Wars 3 Steve Tongue  

Steve Tongue (SE 1970)
West Midlands Turf Wars
A Football History

In the third volume of the acclaimed Turf Wars series, journalist and broadcaster Steve Tongue looks at the history of football in the West Midlands, where the world’s first Football League was dreamed up and administered more than 130 years ago.
"A standard work of high class: objective yet delightfully revealing. Sheer enjoyment from first to last." Patrick Barclay, Football Writers’ Association

Published by Pitch Publishing Ltd
September 2021

The Flying Man by Akbar Ahmed  

Akbar Ahmed (SE 1964)
The Flying Man

Aristotle, and the Philosophers of the Golden Age of Islam: Their Relevance Today

Professor Akbar Ahmed talks to the reader directly as he seeks to narrate in simple language some of the highly sophisticated complex philosophical points. The book also informs the new generation of readers about facts that, somehow, go unnoticed.

June 2021
Amana Publications

Misadventures Nabb by Jenny Moore  

Jenny Moore (SE 1994)
The Misadventures
of Nicholas Nabb

A funny, fast-paced Victorian adventure, suitable for ages 8-12. A botched bread roll robbery spells trouble for Victorian sewer scamp, Nicholas Nabb—BIG trouble. But when a mysterious veiled widow, Annie, steps in to save him, it looks like his luck might finally be changing. Only Annie vanishes before they can become properly acquainted, leaving Nick with nothing but questions. 

Published by Maverick Arts Publishing
May 2021

Another Man by Leslie Croxford  

Leslie Croxford (SE 1963)
Another Man

Leslie Croxford's third novel is a complex, carefully braided story of emotional wounding and healing, one in which Frank Ward, a research historian troubled by his own past and a sense of emptiness, seeks to become what Albert Speer sought, but failed to be: another man. Frank plunges into an attempt to penetrate the mystery of Speer – the so-called 'Good Nazi' – beyond the extent of his crimes.

Published by Paper + Ink
March 2021

Nourishing Connections Graham Kings  

Graham Kings (SE 1979)
Nourishing Connections: Collected Poems

Bishop Graham Kings has been writing poetry for 35 years, with many of his poems used in retreats and preaching throughout the Anglican Communion. This collection brings together Graham's poems on a range of devotional subjects, looking on the world with the eyes of faith and observing the sacred in the ordinary.


Published by Canterbury Press Norwich
September 2020

Dragon's Breath  

Barry Smith (SE 1961)
Dragon's Breath

The latest novel in the Kat and Ken, Australian espionage adventure series. Blackmail, sabotage and murder shatter the calm of a Victorian bush town; unrelated acts of evil or evidence of a wider and deeper, Chinese Communist Party, plot to undermine and take over Australia? A routine job for Ken Eliot threatens his life, and growing evidence of Chinese State infiltration drives him back into ASIO service, re-uniting him with the deceptive and deadly Kat Douglas.

Published by Barry Smith
October 2020

Bauble, Me and the Family Tree  

Jenny Moore (SE 1994)
Bauble, Me and the Family Tree

Noel is used to his unusual family set-up: him, Mum, super-brainy little sister Bauble, and his gay uncles (both called Mike) next door. But when Bauble spots Mum kissing Santa Claus — in August — everything Noel thought he knew about his family is turned upside-down...


Bauble, Me and the Family Tree celebrates the intricacies and diversity of family life with humour, emotion and a sprinkling of festive fun and is ideal for readers aged 8-12.

Published by Maverick Arts Publishing
September 2020
ISBN 978-1-84886-678-2

Britain's Butterflies  

David Newland (SE 1954)
Britain's Butterflies: A Field Guide to the Butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland

A new and improved edition of the popular photographic field guide. Containing hundreds of stunning colour photographs, providing the latest information on every species ever recorded. It covers in detail the identification of all 59 butterfly species that breed regularly, as well as a few rarer breeds.
David Newland, Robert Still, Andy Swash, and David Tomlinson.

Published by Princeton University Press
September 2020

Rebel Cell  

Kat Arney (SE 1995)


Rebel Cell: Cancer, evolution and the science of life

An exploration of where cancer came from, where it's going, and how we might finally beat it.

Daniel M. Davis, author of The Beautiful Cure, says “This book is packed with big ideas about life. Every chapter has something in it which made me think wow. Having worked in a major cancer charity for many years, Arney writes with genuine in-depth understanding and is a perfect guide.”

Published by Weidenfeld & Nicolson
August 2020

Why Men Win at Work  

Gill Whitty-Collins (SE 1988)
Why Men Win At Work

Whitty-Collins sets out the psychology of gender diversity from the perspective of real personal experience.The book tackles the burning questions: if women have equal leadership ability, why are they so under-represented at the top of organisations both in the private and public sector and in society as a whole? Why are we still living in a man’s world where virtually all the top jobs are occupied by men? And why do we accept it?

Published by Luath Press
August 2020

Greenery by Tim Dee


Tim Dee (SE 1980)
Journeys in Springtime

'A joyful, poetic hymn to spring... Dee is one of our greatest living nature writers' Observer

One December, in midsummer South Africa, Tim Dee was watching swallows. They were at home there, but the same birds would soon begin journeying north to Europe, where their arrival marks the beginning of spring.

March 2020
Vintage Digital

Jenny Moore - Audrey Orr


Jenny Moore (SE 1994)
Audrey Orr and the Robot Rage

When Audrey Orr’s mum wins a luxury cruise to Norway, Audrey thinks she’s won the jackpot – until she realises it’s during term-time. With her no-nonsense headteacher, Mr Stickler, on her case, she has to resort to something a bit unusual: a robot clone! 
Audrey Orr and the Robot Rage is a comedy adventure for ages 7-12. It was selected by The Reading Agency for this year’s Summer Reading Challenge.

Published by Maverick Arts Publishing
March 2020

Cathedral Prayers for All


Ian Stockton (SE 1969)
Catheral Prayers for All

Prayers by Ian Stockton, formerly Canon Chancellor at Blackburn Cathedral. They cover many issues and concerns of modern life, from climate change to political conflict, from sport to sexuality, from homelessness to care of the elderly, and from Islam to Ireland. The themes of justice, care for others, interdependence, thanksgiving and hope feature strongly throughout this book.
Available from bookshops at £10 or may be ordered from the author at for £12, including p&p.

ISBN 978-1-9160152-8-9

Mindscape and Melody Ian Stockton


Ian Stockton (SE 1969)
Mindscape and Melody

The poems of Mindscape and Melody were written chiefly over a thirty year period, and were first handwritten in small pocket books, in a variety of locations, though one was written on a postcard at Selwyn for Ian's girlfriend (now his wife) Janet. Containing narrative elements to places and people that had shaped his life.

Mindscape and Melody may be ordered through local bookshops or other suppliers or a signed copy obtained directly from the author at £8.99 or £10, including postage and packing. Ian Stockton is contactable at

January 2020


 Making Sense of Joan Robinson on China


Pervez Tahir (SE 1984)
Making Sense of Joan Robinson on China

This book will be of interest to students and scholars interested in how the history of economic thought can inform and progress development economics.
Joan Robinson was a member of the famous Keynes Circus of young economists at Cambridge in the 1930's. She was a theorist par excellence, making outstanding contributions to the understanding of competition, aggregate demand and capital. At the same time, she developed an interest in underdeveloped economies and alternatives to capitalism that eventually produced a long list of writings on China between the 1950s to the 1970s.

Palgrave Macmillan, January 2020





 The Law of Financial Services Groups Charles Morris


Charles H R Morris (SE 1997)
The Law of Financial Services Groups

This book fully and systematically addresses how groups of businesses within the financial services sector are regulated. It starts with the company law and corporate insolvency law foundations on which groups are established. It then builds up through prudential and resolution-driven regulation, focusing on how such regulations apply and operate at a consolidated group and sub-group level, to the structural responses from firms and counter-responses from legislators and regulators.
OUP Oxford, October 2019


 #Sonnets Lucien Young


Lucien Young (SE 2007)

A collection of hilarious and inappropriate poems complete with illustrations of Elizabethan RoboCop and Snoop Dogg in tights. Musing on everything from Donald Trump to Tinder, comedy writer Lucien Young offers a Shakespearean take on the absurdity of modern life.

Lucien Young is a comedy writer who has worked on various TV programmes, including BBC Three's Siblings and Murder in Successville. 

Unbound, October 2019




 Agent Starling: Operation Baked Beans


Jenny Moore (SE 1994)
Agent Starling: 
Operation Baked Beans

Baked beans might seem harmless but, in the wrong hands and the wrong millennium, they can do a surprising amount of damage.

11-year-old Oliver Starling thinks Romans are ancient history… until he teams up with Agent Owl to stop an evil mastermind from conquering Roman Britain with baked beans and nappy pins. Can the unlikely pair (and their photo booth time machine) prevent villainous Dr Midnight from changing the course of history forever?

Maverick Arts Publishing
October 2019




Lawrence Alderson - Anarchy or Establishment


Lawrence Alderson (SE 1959)
Anarchy or Establishment
a Life of Contrasts and Contradictions
by Henry Thwaites

Lawrence Alderson has dedicated much of his life to saving traditional native breeds. He was instrumental in the foundation for the Rare Breeds Survival Trust, and since its foundation no British farm animals have become extinct, and many endangered farm breeds around the world have been saved from the brink of extinction. There is little doubt the benefit of his legacy will be felt in many farms and fields across the world.

May 2019

Sensations Jonathan Jones 1984


Jonathan Jones (SE 1984)
Sensations: The Story of British Art from Hogarth to Banksy

Sensations presents a radically new story of British art. It connects the artists of today with British culture more than three hundred years ago as it finds an unexpected thread that links William Hogarth and Tracey Emin, Thomas Gainsborough and Lucian Freud. What they share is an eye for the real world. Jonathan Jones hopes this book will change how you see Britain, and its art.

Laurence King Publishing, April 2019

 Alison Davis - Blockchain Competitive Advantage


Alison Davis (SE 1981)
Blockchain Competitive Advantage

Blockchain is moving into a new competitive phase that requires a clearer future view and more focused strategies for competing. Whether you are an entrepreneur, investor, or established company, learn how to win the battle for blockchain competitive advantage. This book provides clear advice from two experts in strategy, technology investing and blockchain. 
Co-authored by Matthew C. Le Merle and Alison Davis (SE 1981).

April 2019
Fifth Era LLC

 Kenneth Wilson - Kitchen Verbs


Kenneth Wilson (SE 1978)
The Definitions of Kitchen Verbs

Poet and cellist Kenneth Wilson presents poems which range from the profound and shattering to the wistful and comical.

To illuminate the poetry, in a recent series of moving and absorbing solo shows, he performs a variety of airs and ballads, which accompany and illustrate the story.
“You will laugh. You will cry. You will love better, before it ends. And you will definitely want to take up the cello!”

April 2019
Ravenbridge Books


 Miracle in Kigali - Paul Dickson


Paul Dickson (SE 1976)
Miracle in Kigali – Rwandan Genocide 25th Anniversary Edition

The book tells the amazing story of Illuminée Nganemariya and her baby son Roger Nsengiyumva's survival in Kigali, the capital of Rwanda, during the 1994 Genocide and their subsequent life in Norwich. This new edition, which updates Illuminée and Roger's story, including Roger's developing film and TV acting career.

Paul Dickson Books


Ben Jonson - Geoffrey Benson


Geoffrey Benson (SE 1974)
Ben Jonson and a Case of Fraudulent Conversio

In the title story, Ben Jonson, forensic accountant extraordinaire, auditions for the local amateur operatic society, then finds himself defending its director against an accusation of embezzlement. Ben investigates five cases of financial irregularities, and in the process, demonstrates that accountants are not always dull and boring…

April 2019
Austin Macauley Publishers

 Professor Maxwell's Duplicitous Demon


Brian Clegg (SE 1973)
Professor Maxwell's Duplicitous Demon

In this new book, Brian Clegg covers the life and science of the remarkable James Clerk Maxwell - arguably the least well-known of the great physicists, who apart from his work on colour, statistical mechanics and electromagnetism was responsible for the establishment of the Cavendish Laboratory. Asked to name a great physicist, most people would mention Newton or Einstein, Feynman or Hawking. But ask a physicist and there’s no doubt that James Clerk Maxwell will be near the top of the list.

February 2019
Icon Books Ltd

Loving your neighbour


James Walters (SE 1997)
Loving Your Neighbour in an Age of Religious Conflict

The Revd Dr James Walters has written a new book on interfaith relations. Grounded in the author's experience of developing interfaith programmes at one of the world's leading universities, this book carves a fresh perspective on the challenges of religious difference by placing them within the broader currents of belief and scepticism in today's society.

January 2019
Jessica Kingsley Publishers

Belarus - Nigel Roberts


Nigel Roberts (SE 1975)

This new, thoroughly updated edition of Bradt's Belarus remains the only full-blown standalone guide to the most westerly of the constituent republics that formed the Soviet Union prior to the break-up in 1991. Written and updated by expert author and Russian speaker Nigel Roberts, who has been travelling throughout the country for over 17 years, it is the definitive guide to understanding, and making the most of a visit to this much-misunderstood nation.

October 2018
Bradt Travel Guides

How Exams Fail Our Kids


Geoff Phillips (SE 1971)
How Exams Fail Our Kids: The two ways of learning - Builder and Observer learning

A self-published a book about two ways of learning that have an impact on social mobility. Geoff argues that this difference means that social mobility via education is virtually impossible, the examination-successful Middle class have created a system where they win and the Working class lose. Geoff also looks briefly at autism and asks if autistic people are in fact very good observer learners.

August 2018
Independently published

 Death of a Clone


Alex Thomson (SE 2000)
Death of a Clone

Death Of A Clone is the debut from Alex Thomson. It blends the patterns of Poirot and Marple with thoughtful questions about humanity and its future.

The location for all of this is an mineral-rich aesteroid called 'Hell'. A mining crew is settled on the asteroid, their lives defined by a rota, which tells them who should be where and when in order to meet their quota. They’re isolated in the tumbling black…and they’re all clones.
Christopher Meadows

July 2018
Abaddon Books

 Wordsworth's Gardens and Flowers


Peter Dale (SE 1969)
Wordsworth's Gardens and Flowers

A book of two halves. The first section focuses on the gardens that Wordsworth made at Grasmere and Rydal in the English Lake District, and also in Leicestershire. The gardens are explored via his poetry and prose and the journals of Dorothy Wordsworth. In the second half of the book, the reader learns more of Wordsworth's use of flowers in his poetry, exploring the importance of British flowers and other 'unassuming things' to his work, as well as their wider cultural, religious and political meaning.
June 2018
ACC Art Books


 The Spy Who Changed History


Svetlana Lokhova (SE 2001)
The Spy Who Changed History

Svetlana’s interest in espionage history began whilst studying History at Cambridge University. In this book, Svetlana Lokhova takes the reader on a thrilling journey through Stalin’s most audacious intelligence operation, on the trail of Soviet infiltrator Agent Blériot. 
'A superbly researched and groundbreaking account of Soviet espionage in the Thirties … remarkable’ 5* review, Telegraph.

June 2018
William Collins

Autumn Voices


Robin Lloyd-Jones (SE 1953)

Autumn Voices:
Scottish writers over 70 talk about creativity in later life

The twenty one established writers who speak to us through this book show that productivity and creativity can be extended well into later life and provide role models for future generations. These men and women see age as life's last great adventure and have chosen to embrace it, regard it as a new and interesting phase of life, full of possibilities, while also accepting the losses age brings with honesty, courage and humour.
May 2018


 Up Top


Hugh Purcell (SE 1961)
Up Top - From Lunatic Asylum to Community Care

Co-authored by Hugh Purcell and his wife Margaret Percy, Up Top tells how the mentally ill were treated in the 20th century, focusing on the Mid Wales Mental Hospital, which began as a lunatic asylum and closed when community care took over 100 years later. It was the only UK hospital for psychotic POWs in World War II, including, briefly, the Deputy Führer Rudolf Hess. This account is based on original archives and oral testimony from staff and patients, and is copiously illustrated.
May 2018
Y Lolfa


 The Dark Side of Podemos


Dr Patrick Baert
(Selwyn Fellow 1992)
The Dark Side of Podemos?

Patrick Baert and co-author Josh Booth trace the multi-layered connections between the conservative philosophy of the Nazi jurist Carl Schmitt and the progressive populism of Podemos. This enlightening monograph will appeal to undergraduates and postgraduates, as well as postdoctoral researchers, interested in fields such as Politics, Political Theory and Sociology. It will also be relevant to those curious about contemporary Spanish politics, the nature of populism, the future of the European left, or Carl Schmitt and his links with Spain.
May 2018


Journey into Europe


Akbar Ahmed (SE 1964)
Journey into Europe
Islam, Immigration, and Identity

Akbar's profound and careful inquiries have greatly enriched our understanding of Islam in the modern world. His latest study, based on direct research with a group of young scholars, explores the complex interfaith reality of Europe, both in history and today, from an Eastern perspective, reversing the familiar paradigm. 

December 2017
Brookings Institution Press

 Principles of Physics


Steve Adams (SE 1975)
Principles of Physics

Mathematics is the language of physics and a mathematical approach is taken throughout this book. It draws on the essential physical principles and provides support for both secondary education and undergraduate students in the physical sciences and engineering. It is also a useful reference work for teachers. Written in a modern, clear and unfussy style; including topics such as gravitational waves and medical physics.

August 2017
Pantaneto Press

Deep Sahara


Leslie Croxford (SE 1963)
Deep Sahara

A haunting novel that "invites comparison with E.M.Forster and Lawrence Durrell" - The New Yorker.

Deep Sahara is a suspenseful exploration of one man's emotional resurgence, rendered sparingly and with great physical and psychological precision.

Leslie Croxford has written one prvious novel, Solomon's Folly.

November 2017
Momentum Books

Skulls and Keys


David Alan Richards (SE 1967)
Skulls and Keys: The Hidden Histories Behind Yale's Secret Societies

There is a progressive side to Yale's secret societies that we rarely hear about, one that, in the cultural tumult of the 1960s, resulted in the election of people of colour, women, and gay men, even in proportions beyond their percentages in the class. It's a side that is often overlooked in favour of sensational legends of blood oaths and toe-curling conspiracies.

October 2017


 Music and belonging


Naomi Waltham-Smith (SE 2000)
Music & Belonging between Revolution & Restoration

Naomi's first book has just been published. She argues that music, at the level of style and form, produces certain modes of listening that in turn reveal the conditions of belonging. Specifically, listening shows the intimacy between two senses of belonging: belonging to a community is predicated on the possession of a particular property or capacity.

17 August 2017

Insights into Uganda


Kevin O’Connor (SE 1971)
Insights into Uganda

193 articles written for Uganda’s leading independent newspaper, The Sunday Monitor. Draws on 23 years Kevin has lived in Uganda.
“Combining seriousness and humour, the text is available to a wide readership. The book has a unique character which stands apart from existing literature on Uganda. It should be accessible to government, policy-makers, and activists campaigning for social change /transformation.”
Bernard Atuhaire (editor).

June 2017
Fountain Publishers
Available at Amazon


See inside World Religions


Alex Frith (SE 1997)
See Inside World Religions

Written by Alex Frith, with the help of expert Revd Canon Dr James Walters. An insightful look at the beliefs, history and customs of the major world religions for children aged 7+. A fantastic introduction to world religions, differing ideas about God, worship and prayer and colourful festivals and celebrations. Includes Quicklinks to websites with video clips that bring each religion to life.

June 2017
Usborne Publishing Ltd

A Life with Operations Research


Anthony Lines (SE 1949)
A Life with Operations Research

Anthony Lines retired after 40 years in industry and his written his autobiography. Operations Research (OR) is a branch of applied mathematics which helps make better decisions. Anthony and his colleagues helped transform the efficiency and effectivenesss of global businesses and public services and showed managemnet how better to manage uncertainty and complexity.

June 2017

The Power of People


Jonathan Ferrar (SE 1986)
The Power of People

Learn How Successful Organizations Use Workforce Analytics To Improve Business Performance

Transforming the immense potentail of workforce analytics into  reality isn't easy. Pioneering practitioners have learned crucial lessons that can help you succeed. This book shares their journeys - and their indispensable insights.
Co-authored by Nigel Guenole, Jonathan Ferrar (SE 1986) and Sheri Feinzig.

May 2017
Pearson Education, Inc.sco Press

Corporate Innovation in the Fifth Era


Alison Davis (SE 1981)
Corporate Innovation
in the Fifth Era

Lessons from Alphabet/Google, Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Microsoft

Silicon Valley insiders Matthew C. Le Merle and Alison Davis share the lessons they have learned from two deecades of interaction with these and other leading companies, and describe this new approach so that every company can be ready as we enter the Fifth Era.
Co-authored by Matthew C. Le Merle
and Alison Davis (SE 1981).

May 2017
Cartwright Press

Bees of Norfolk


Nick Owens (SE 1966)
The Bees of Norfolk


This book is the first to cover all of Norfolk’s 197 bee species, including bumblebees, honeybees and solitary bees. Each species has its own page with images and distribution maps with notes on flight period, habitat, flowers visited, nesting and parasites. It includes up-to-date information on bees which have been lost and new bees coming in to the county.

May 2017
Pisces Publications

Neuropolis Brain Science


Robert Newman (1983)
Neuropolis: A Brain Science Survival Guide

Based on Rob Newman’s live stand-up show and new BBC Radio 4 series, his thought-provoking new book explores the scientific breakthroughs that have turned received ideas of brain science upside down.

April 2017
William Collins

100 Things to know about Space


Alex Frith (SE 1997)
100 Things To Know About Space


This beautifully illustrated book tells you the most strange and interesting facts... loads of things a budding scientist might want to know. --Phoenix Magazine

April 2017 
Usborne Publishing Ltd


 A Piece of the World


Christina Baker-Kline (SE 1986)
A Piece of the World

“Another winner from the author of Orphan Train. In this beautifully observed fictional memoir, Kline uses Andrew Wyeths’ iconic painting Christina’s World as the taking-off point for a moving portrait of the artist’s real-life muse. Book of the week.” — People

March 2017
The Borough Press


 101 Brilliant Things for Kids to do with Science


Dawn Isaac (SE 1991)
101 Brilliant Things for Kids to do with Science

Each of the three sciences, Biology, Chemistry and Physics, is given a chance to shine in this compendium of activities. Alongside actual experiments, there are also projects to carry out, which will get children excited about science and the possibilities it offers. Armadillo Magazine.

March 2017
Kyle Books




 The Beauty and The Horror


Richard Harries (SE 1958)
The Beauty and the Horror
Searching for God in a Suffering World

Life is at once wonderful and appalling, beautiful and horrific. Can we really believe that there is a wise and loving creator behind it? Drawing on a wide range of modern literature Richard Harries both faces the toughest questions and offers a robust defence of central Christian beliefs.

October 2016