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The Deposition of Father McGreevy By Brian O'Doherty

The Deposition of Father McGreevy

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An exploration of the locus of misfortune and the nature of evil, set in an isolated village in which all the women mysteriously die.

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The Deposition of Father McGreevy by Brian O'Doherty

'B' format edition of bestselling Booker shortlisted novel. 'Enthralling, chilling and memorable' - Sunday Telegraph 'So original that the text is illuminating' - The Times 'This priestly deposition develops into a grand examination of blind faith. The shiver at the end chills right down to the soul' - TLS 'Magical to the core. Read it and be smitten by this masterpiece as I was' - Walter Abish

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"'Enthralling, chilling and memorable' - Shena Mackay, Daily Telegraph 'So original that the text is illuminating. This is an exciting approach to doing battle with the sorrowful Ireland of not so long ago' - Penny Perrick, The Times 'This priestly deposition develops into a grand examination of blind faith and human weakness. The shiver at the end chills right down to the soul' - TLS 'O'Doherty's eloquent prose conjures up snow and cold and isolation as clearly as it does small town spite and gossip... bone-chilling' - Atlantic Monthly"

About Brian O'Doherty


Brian O'Doherty lives in New York where he is available for interview. His other novel The Strange Case of Mademoiselle P. is also published by Arcadia in June 2001

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GOR002891088
The Deposition of Father McGreevy by Brian O'Doherty
Brian O'Doherty
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Arcadia Books
2001-06-29
314
1900850680
9781900850681
Short-listed for Booker Prize for Fiction 2000
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