St. Louis Post Dispatch – July 6, 2013


“The Linen God” by Jim O’Shea (Wayside Press, 282 pages, $11.44). “I still cannot believe you’re doing your doctoral thesis to prove that old piece of cloth is anything more than an old piece of cloth,” a woman complains to her friend, who’s obsessed with the Shroud of Turin. The mysterious shroud is at the center of a thriller by Chesterfield author Jim O’Shea.


Jane Henderson

Entertainment Columnist

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