Friday, November 14, 2008
Barbara Mujica's SISTER TERESA Featured in America Magazine
Barbara Mujica's novel Sister Teresa: The Woman Who Became Spain's Most Beloved Saint gets the star treatment in America magazine, the national Catholic weekly. Reviewer Keith J. Egan calls Sister Teresa "a lively, vivid and fast-paced story that holds one's attention as it follows Teresa as a vivacious young woman, who ancestors were Jews who converted to Catholicism . . . Mujica displays an impressive knowledge of life in 16th century Spain and the book offers a vivid contact with everyday life in Spain's Golden Age." Sister Teresa is now available in paperback at bookstores everywhere.