Saints Preserve Us!: Everything You Need to Know About Every Saint You'll Ever Need

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Random House Publishing Group, Jan 12, 2011 - Humor - 352 pages
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Hilarious and comprehensive, the ultimate guide to the universe of saints--and what each one means. Cross-referenced by birthdays, professions, and ailments, this is a must-have for any true believer with a proper sense of fun. Illustrated throughout. The authors will appear on Today.

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User Review  - varielle - LibraryThing

This is a very funny hagiography of the lives of the saints with short, pithy entries along with a calendar of saint days. Told a bit tongue in cheek, it's charming and helps explain so many mysteries ... Read full review

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User Review  - Mike Stuchbery - Goodreads

Hugely entertaining dictionary of saints, written with a very dry, wry tone. Read full review

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Sean Kelly , a C++ programmer with over 15 years experience that includes several programming languages, is co-founder of the Tango standard library for the open-source D programming language. He has reviewed articles and books on C++ written by Matthew Wilson, such as Imperfect C++. As a life-long gamer, he is designer and developer of a Neverwinter Nights add-on that provides dynamic inter-server portalling and event propogation. Kelly works for Advent Software and lives with his wife and three cats in Concord, California.

Dubbed the "Queen of Historical Romance," Rosemary Rogers was born in Ceylon (now known as Sri Lanka). She is the beloved author of fifteen bestselling romances for Avon Books, including such classics as Wicked Loving Lies, Surrender to Love, and Midnight Lady, and her novels have been translated into eleven languages. Rosemary Rogers left an indelible impression on the world with her passionate Steve and Ginny series -- Sweet Savage Love, Dark Fires, and Lost Love, Last Love -- and continues to touch the hearts of readers every year. She lives in Connecticut.

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