Dennis Gaffin, PhD, is a professor of Anthropology at the State University of New York College, Buffalo. In addition to the two non-fiction books, In Place: Spatial and Social Order in a Faeroe Islands Community (Waveland Press, 1996) and Running with the Fairies: Towards a Transpersonal Anthropology of Religion (Cambridge Scholars, 2012), he has written academic and popular journal articles. Born out of his scholarly work in comparative religion, travels abroad, and his personal interests in Victorian times and the varieties of spiritual experience, The Divinity Inquiry is his first novel. He lives in rural upstate New York and Toronto.
The Divinity Inquiry
Found floating in the Straits of Bosporus, Constantinople, is the body of a woman, Euphemia Bray, alleged Theosophist and wealthy friend of Madame Blavatsky, a controversial Victorian mystic. Thus begins a British mystery and an investigation by Church and Queen to discover whether Blavatsky is a tr...