From an Amazon review:
The author of “Lest Ye Be Judged” stares unflinchingly into the soul of the modern day Episcopal Church and reveals the face looking back at him is not unlike the subject of Oscar Wilde’s “The Picture of Dorian Gray.” As a trial attorney for more than 20 years and a lifelong Episcopalian, I expected this book to interest me, but I did not expect it to blow me away. It did on every level. The intrigue created by the complex plot and believable characters set against current gay controversies propels this tale into a legitmate page turner. The author’s description of the trial and the wait for the jury’s verdict is as realistic, dramatic, and well done as any legal thriller I’ve read and far better than most. The book vividly portrays scenes of natural beauty and unnatural ugliness which provide a backdrop for a story that twists and turns into an ending you will not guess. This is a fascinatingly original work which is profoundly distributing, yet real and utterly compelling. Five stars, no question.
Click the link above if you want to buy the book. BLD