Victoria Gisondi

Victoria Gisondi is a resident of Bucks County, Pennsylvania and mother of five children. She is the daughter of Cuban refugees and works part-time in Latin-American Sales. With God's help, she and her husband manage to live in unity in an inter-faith marriage. Her hobbies include reading, Facebook and talking religion and politics. She loves big families, Christmastime and chocolate. She blogs at http://www.maybeitsjustme15.blogspot.com

Book Reviews by Victoria Gisondi

Buy from Amazon.com

Death of a Liturgist

After her first book Death in the Choir, Lorraine Murray delivers another cozy mystery in this second in her Francesca Bibbo series, Death of a Liturgist.

After grieving the death of her husband, widowed Francesca has carved a comfortable place for herself in her St Rita’s’ parish. She answers the phone at the rectory, sings in the choir and has even started dating handsome detective Tony Viscardi.  But a lot of new changes are happening at St Rita’s. A new pastor is taking over.

Overwhelmed with his new responsibilities, Father Bunt hires a liturgis...

Buy from Amazon.com

Finding Grace

How can we ever measure the love in others' hearts, or truly understand their intentions, when so often we misconstrue their words and actions due to the faults and weaknesses in our own characters? - Laura Pearl, Finding Grace

Those wise words are the thoughts of Grace, the young sweet protagonist in this book, a girl not unlike St Therese of Lisieux, whose name appears quite a few times in the story. I fell in love with Grace, often wishing I were more like her.  Finding Grace is indeed a story infused with the presence of God and faith. It is the perfect book to give your teenage daughter.

<...

Catholic, Ink.

Be part of the Catholic Literary Revival

Sign-up for this free weekly e-newsletter and receive the free article - "What is Catholic Fiction?" Read the weekly column The Catholic Imagination and You and more.

Search Books

Catholic, Ink.

Be part of the Catholic Literary Revival

Sign-up for this free weekly e-newsletter and receive the free article - "What is Catholic Fiction?" Read the weekly column The Catholic Imagination and You and more.