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The Cross of Lazzaro. First published in 1965. The right of John Harris to be identified as the author of this work has been asserted.
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The Cross of Lazzaro book. He published a series of crime novels featuring the character Inspector Pel, and war books
The Cross of Lazzaro book. He published a series of crime novels featuring the character Inspector Pel, and war books. He wrote with his own name, and also with the pseudonym of Mark Hebden. His 1953 novel The Sea Shall Not Have Them was the basis for a feature film of the same name in 1954. He was the father of Juliet Harris, who published more Inspector Pel books under the name of Juliet Hebden. Books by John Harris. Mor. rivia About The Cross of Lazzaro.
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John Harris (18 October 1916 – 7 March 1991) was a British author. He wrote with his own name, and also with the pseudonyms of Mark Hebden and Max Hennessy.
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The Cross of Lazzaro - John Harris. Cadivescovo lay just below them, a collection of wooden and stone buildings round the Church of Lazzaro di Colleno, full of narrow streets and flowered balconies with Gothic lettering and dark frescoed arcades
The Cross of Lazzaro - John Harris. Cadivescovo lay just below them, a collection of wooden and stone buildings round the Church of Lazzaro di Colleno, full of narrow streets and flowered balconies with Gothic lettering and dark frescoed arcades. It was a narrow little town of carved doorways and decorated shutters, its thick roof-tiles weighted by stones against the sudden winds that could blow down the Val Caloroso off the Catena di Saga; sited where the Latin and German cultures of the South Tyrol overlapped, and still more Austrian than Italian, its roots way back in a culture from which it. This is John Harris' classic war novel of espionage in the most extreme of situations. This tense, unusual novel begins with the seemingly divine reappearance of a wooden cross once belonging to a sixth-century bishop. The vision emerges from the depths of an Italian lake, and a menacing local antagonism is subsequently stirred. An essential flight from France leaves the crew of RAF Hudson missing, and somewhere in the North Sea four men cling to a dinghy, praying for rescue before exposure kills them or the enemy finds them. One man is critically injured; another (a rocket expert) is carrying a briefcase stuffed with vital secrets.
John Stott, with precision and palpability, puts forth a comprehensive look at the cross and the substitutionary atonement that it achieved. John Stott does an excellent work in this great book on the Cross. He covers in depth the atonement - substitution - death of Jesus. This book is a classic on this topic.