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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 12 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 on January 6, 2013 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