English Catholics and the Supernatural, 1553-1829 has recently been reviewed in The Sixteenth Century Journal by Dr Ted Booth of Lincoln Memorial University. Dr Booth observes that my conclusions ‘add to the body of academic work on the distinctive nature of the religious reformations that occurred in England, both Catholic and Protestant’. He describes the book as a ‘much needed correction’ of the previous reliance on Protestant polemical sources for information on Catholic beliefs about the supernatural, and concludes that English Catholics and the Supernatural is ‘a nice addition to the literature of English Catholic belief during this time period’.
The review can be found in The Sixteenth Century Journal 45 (2014), pp. 134-35.