charles williams

  1. Teresa Edgerton

    The Greater Trumps, by Charles Williams

    This was another case of revisiting a book I have read before, and more than once. It is hard, even after multiple readings, to categorize The Greater Trumps. Much of this author’s work has been labelled “supernatural thrillers.” I am not sure that is a good description of this particular...
  2. Extollager

    Charles Williams: All Hallows' Eve, The Place of the Lion, Shadows of Ecstasy, and more

    Ever hear of this British author of 1930s-1940s novels that sometimes combine P. G. Wodehouse, John Buchan, Neoplatonism, etc.? He seems to me to have anticipated Tim Powers. He takes people off-balance: I'd...