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Lewis VoglerThe Holy Sinner is at one level, a tale of "transfiguration by divine mercy." At still another it is a brilliantly erudite spoofing of medieval superstition and the traditions of chivalry—for which the author obviously has so great an affection. Perhaps only Mann could have created a narrator like Clemens so scholarly, humane, crotchety, and devout—but above all anxious to turn out a good story.
—San Francisco Chronicle Book Review