Impostors: six kinds of liar

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Viking, Dec 1, 2000 - True Crime - 245 pages
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Drawing on interviews with Catholics at every level, from prelates to the Vatican to the poor in the barrios of Brazil, Stourton tells the story of the Church since the Second Vatican Council in the 1960s. Photos.

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The book made a shocking statement about women who pretended to be men being 'the most disturbing' and after that I couldn't read any more. I scribbled out this offensive sentence and left the book in ... Read full review


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