This is a CenterForLit confessional! We're putting staff members in the hot seat to admit to what they're reading and allow us to bandy about the ideas they've found in their travels – for better or for worse. Putting Adam on the spot first made us almost immediately regret our decision, but it turns out there were more down-to-earth ideas to chew on and think about in his current read than we originally thought.
–What Mrs. McGillicuddy Saw by Agatha Christie
–Psycho directed by Alfred Hitchcock
–The Epistle to the Romans by Karl Barth
–From Fear to Freedom: Living as Sons and Daughters of God by Rose Marie Miller
–Call It Courage by Armstrong Sperry
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