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Once you get past (if you can) Cinda-Sue the plot is convoluted, cumbersome, and boring.
As a reader that has become adddicted to the Blackie Ryan series, I found found his adventure in to Germany an enjoyable read.
I think Father Greeley uses dialects and slang as a means of helping his readers distinguish between characters.
I am in the process of obtaining all Greeley fiction Books. These books of his are feel good books. They are fast paced and warm happy ending books. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Robert C. Demark
read both by my wife and myself.
Good mystery story (which is not usually my genre)
with a lot of historical and locational background.
I have read most of the Blackie Ryan mysteries. This one was even more far fechted than the Bishop at SeaPublished 22 months ago by email@example.com
I really tried to read this book. I've read most everything the Good Father has written, both fiction and non-fiction, but I just couldn't finish this. Read morePublished on March 7, 2002 by preachergeek
This was an intriguing plot, and the various church leaders were interesting. Frankly,I am tired of Cinda Sue! I hope she is not in future books. Read morePublished on April 21, 2001 by Alice Kingsbury
I love the Blackie Ryan series! I love the Nuala Ann books! I loved Chuckie Cronin (_A Midwinter's Tale_) in Germany - so I was eagerly anticipating reading this book. WRONG! Read morePublished on April 29, 2000 by TundraVision
Cologne, Appalachia, Germans: In this short but important book, Andrew Greeley continues to share with us his theology and the delight of a loving God. Read morePublished on December 9, 1999 by Virginia L. Branning