Deadly Little Secrets: The Minister, His Mistress, and a Heartless Texas Murder, Kathryn Casey, Harper, $7.99.
Now that we’re in the middle of another political campaign, perhaps it’s time to examine the proposition that ostentatious religious piety is somehow indicative of inner virtue. To all those who boast of how devoted a church (or temple) goer their candidate is, how full of praise and prayer, how supportive of the precepts of their faith, I present Matt Baker, popular hardworking pastor, devoted family man and product of good Christian parents, the very embodiment of those old time Texas Baptist values – and also, oh yeah, a thoroughly depraved murderer.
“He reached for the glass and was bringing toward his mouth when he saw her entering the cocktail lounge. She moved toward him like a thin blade of blue-white steel coming to cut him in half. Here she comes, he thought, gazing dismally at the advancing figure of his wife, and he closed his eyes, wishing he could keep them closed for a long, long time. He was saying to himself, Point One: You can’t stand the sight of her. Point Two: You can’t stand the idea of losing her. Point Three: What in God’s name is the matter with you?”—David Goodis
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