Lorraine V. Murray (the "V" stands for "Viscardi") writes a column called "Grace Notes" for the
Living - Faith and Values
section of the Atlanta Journal Constitution. She also writes columns and reviews
for the Georgia Bulletin, and has written for other Catholic publications.
Lorraine's latest work of fiction is "Death Dons a Mask," a wild and wacky romp
through a small Georgia parish that is perpetually plagued by crimes and misdemeanors.
This is the third book in the laugh-out-loud Francesca Bibbo series, which also includes
"Death in the Choir" and "Death of a Liturgist." Her most recent nonfiction is a biography
of Flannery O'Connor, which is titled "The Abbess of Andalusia." Lorraine has written about
her conversion story in "Confessions of an Ex-Feminist."
You can contact Lorraine by clicking