Norene Moskalski

Norene Moskalski earned her Ph.D. in University Adminstration from Penn State University, her M.S. in English from the University of Pittsburgh, and her B.S. in English from Slippery Rock University. Norene has presented her peer-reviewed, published academic research on faculty work at international business and engineering conferences. She has served as administrator, professor, researcher, grant writer, and mentor at research universities for over fifteen years. Norene writes about the intrigue and peril of university life. She strives for authenticity in her writing by visiting and researching all of the settings that she describes in her novels. Each novel presents a variation on a theme, using literary elements and musical innuendos to move the action forward. Her plots revolve around the unexpected: what if the most beautiful things in the world turned out to be the most dangerous? Iridescent bubbles of sea foam – what exactly is sea foam? Nocturne, Opus 1: Sea Foam, an international science thriller, answers that question. Norene is a lifelong Catholic, Pro-Life advocate, supporter of The National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly, Catholic Relief Services and other charities, has taught Natural Family Planning, and is a member of various writing and environmental organizations including the Eastern Shore Writers Association, the Nature Conservancy, the Sierra Club, the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary, and the National Wildlife Federation. Her website and ecology blog can be found at NoreneMoskalski.com.

Book Reviews by Norene Moskalski

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Into the Way of Peace

Into the Way of Peace is a story about redemption. Karen Kelly Boyce’s second novel draws together a group of people loosely identified as congregants of a local Catholic Church. In the middle of a severe snowstorm, they come together for Eucharistic Adoration, but for reasons as diverse as Dr. Peter Caine’s re-examination of his career and Bobby Myer’s decision to seal his own fate.

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The Sheltering Tower

Dr. Mack Hicks states that his goal is “to write books and commentaries that are entertaining as well as insightful, that explore the interface between science, religion and human development.” He cites his novel The Sheltering Tower as an example of the science-religion interface. He has created a psychological thriller that is entertaining and explores the interaction of science and religion.

Dr. Juanita “Juan” Aznar, a Homeland Security agent, discovers that a secret, technological “coordinates” program, which hires employees’ genetic doubles to predict the employees’ behaviors, is ...

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