The Devil Wears a Dressing Gown, by D.A. Cairns
Satan. Lucifer, Beelzebub, Abaddon: whatever he is called, the Devil means different things to different people. For some he is real, for others, he is merely a personification of evil. Many people deny the existence of the devil even though they profess to believe in God. Some say he is the source of evil, while others think blaming the Devil for the evil deeds of men is just an excuse.
The devil has been caricaturized to such an extent in popular culture that he is no longer taken seriously. Featuring and eclectic collection of new and previously published stories, and inspired by C.S.Lewis’ masterful work, The Screwtape Letters, The Devil Wears a Dressing Gown is an revelation of, and an examination of, the many faces of evil.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Heavy metal lover and cricket tragic, D.A. Cairns lives in Darwin in Australia’s Northern Territory, where he works as an English language teacher and writes stories in his very limited spare time. He has had over 50 short stories published, and has authored five novels: Devolution, Loathe Your Neighbor, Ashmore Grief, A Muddy Red River and Love Sick Love.
He blogs at Square Pegs, a personal blog featuring bite sized articles on a range of topics plus links to his novels and other published works: www.dacairns.blogspot.com.au.
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