Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: From the author of the critically acclaimed novel A Brother's Blood comes a gripping and haunting mystery. Maggie Quinn has been Father Jack Devlin's devoted housekeeper for nearly 18 years. So when the beloved if controversial priest in the small town of Hebron Falls, Massachusetts, is accused of molesting altar boys, she is convinced of his innocence. However, as Maggie slowly begins to sift through her memories of her life with Father Jack, horrifying doubts creep into her mind. Could she have been blind to his darker side all these years? As new information surfaces regarding the unsolved murder of a young altar boy, Maggie's faith is once again tested as she searches her memory -- and her heart -- for the truth. Buchnummer des Verkäufers
From the author of the critically acclaimed novel A Brother's Blood, comes a haunting story about an Irish housekeeper who must discover the truth when her friend, the parish priest, is accused of horrible crimes.
Maggie Quinn has had her share of misfortune: Having grown up poor and fatherless in Galway, she was forced to quit school early and find work to support her ailing mother and her own child. But when a tragedy of her own making strikes, it is too much for her to bear. Plagued by feelings of guilt and sorrow and by losing her faith in God, she runs from her past; first by fleeing Ireland for America and later by drowning her sorrows with the bottle. Maggie hits rock bottom when she makes an unsuccessful suicide attempt. While recuperating in a hospital bed, she meets the remarkable Father Jack Devlin. With his compassion and love, Maggie once more finds her faith and a reason to live.
For the past eighteen years, Maggie has devoted herself to the man who saved her life. But now Father Jack, the beloved if controversial priest in the small town of Hebron Falls, Massachusetts, is accused of having done terrible things to altar boys many years before. At first Maggie is convinced that the accusations are only lies brought out by Father Jack's enemies. Yet as she sifts through the memories of her life with Father Jack, doubts begin to emerge: Could she have been blind to a darker side of her friend all these years? And when new information surfaces regarding the unsolved murder of a young altar boy with possible links to Father Jack, her faith is once again put to the test. Maggie must search her memory and her heart to help her decide what to believe. The Blind Side of the Heart poignantly captures one woman's struggle to remain loyal to a friend while at the same time she is forced to examine her conscience to arrive at the truth.
Über den Autor: Michael C. White is the author of the novels A Brother's Blood, a New York Times Notable Book of 1996, and The Blind Side of the Heart. His short stories have been widely published and have won the Advocate Newspapers Fiction Contest and the Permafrost Fiction contest, as well as being nominated for a Pushcart and a National Magazine Award. He is a professor of English at Fairfield University where the teaches fiction writing workshops and literature courses. He lives in Massachusetts with his wife Karen, and his two children, Caitlin and Wesley.
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Buchbeschreibung Buchzustand: Good. [ No Hassle 30 Day Returns ][ Ships Daily ] [ Underlining/Highlighting: NONE ] [ Writing: NONE ] [ Edition: first ] Publisher: HarperCollins Pub Date: 9/1/1999 Binding: Hardcover Pages: 368 first edition. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 2327470