SOME CHRISTIAN FICTION HAS A REAL KICK
I was disturbed by your characterization of Christian fiction ("Onward, Christian publishers," News: Analysis & Commentary, July 31) as having "ultratame plotlines." Apparently you have read none of the work of Brock and Bodie Thoene, who are listed in the article. Granted, there is no illicit sex, but there is enough murder, deception, intrigue, and suspicion to rival any secular author.
Kimberley M. Jensen