From The Lost Club Journal web site, Glen Cavaliero -
Today Charles Williams is probably best known for his connection with C. S. Lewis and theInklings, and in Christian circles as a highly original and perceptive lay theologian. But he was also an accomplished poet, a highly individual literary critic, and the author of seven novels frequently described as ‘supernatural thrillers’. The latter have been reprinted more than once, and are the kind of books which divide their readers sharply. Williams is a writer to whom people either respond wholeheartedly or not at all.
Read more at The Novels of Charles Williams