Books by Jason Berry

Released: Nov. 12, 2018

"Every major city should have such a guide to its past."
A vivid evocation of the Big Easy, whose nickname sidesteps three centuries of uneasy history. Read full book review >
Released: March 4, 2004

"Despite such lapses and a tendency to breathlessness, this stands as a well-reasoned indictment of contemporary Church policy, a useful rejoinder to John van der Zee's Agony in the Garden (2002) and John Cornwell's Breaking the Faith (2001)."
Sure to be controversial, a journalistic exposé of the "gay priest culture" that has brought so much publicity, and so much shame, to the Catholic Church. Read full book review >
Released: Oct. 1, 1992

Berry, a New Orleans journalist, tips over a religious rock and finds a nest of corruption, deceit, and despair. Read full book review >