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Wednesday, December 01, 2010
Novelist Anne Rice talks about her latest novel, Of Love and Evil (Songs of the Seraphim). It’s a metaphysical thriller of angels and assassins that summons up dark and dangerous worlds of the past.
Please ask Anne about clergy abuse.
Dear Ms. Rice: I have been curious for years whether you wrote Topping from Below under the pseudonym, Laura Reese. Did you? Thanks.
Leonard, you have Kirsten Dunst who played Claudia in the movie version of Interview with the Vampire AND Anne Rice on your show today. Lucky you!
Would love to hear you ask Anne what major areas or issues the Catholic has to FIX and start to "get right".
I'm sure her answer will be eloquent, concise, and profound.
- Frank of the Page
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