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    Novel set in Ireland a perfect snapshot of rural life This delightful, read at one go novel provides a perfect snapshot of life in rural Ireland in the early 60 s and also a poignant view of the difficulties faced by Irish migrants coming to London in search of work A Good Confession is superficially a simple story, well told and easy to read and yet it is also disturbing For those of us who have lived through the early 60 s, it serves as an unsettling...


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    I read it in one sitting and was gripped from start to finish Brilliant book


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    This was originally posted on Book Lovers,Inc My Thoughts I had no idea how I was going to review and rate this book A good Confession was some kind of challenge for me because it s out of my comfort zone , but sometimes it s a good thing to try new things Let s just say I had a shaky start because I began crying from chapter 1 and I hate crying , but that was bound to happen when you start a book with a death.I m torn, it would have been easier if I had not liked this book I really enjo This was originally posted on Book Lovers,Inc My Thoughts I had no idea how I was going to review and rate this book A good Confession was some kind of challenge for me because it s out of my comfort zone , but sometimes it s a good thing to try new things Let s just say I had a shaky start because I began crying from chapter 1 and I hate crying , but that was bound to happen when you start a book with a death.I m torn, it would have been easier if I had not liked this book I really enjoy...


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    2.5 Stars The review that follows is a partial one To view the full review, please visit Brogan thought life was going well she is married to the love of her life, Mick, they have two beautiful daughters, and while they might not live in the lap of luxury they aren t on the streets begging for food either But when her husband suddenly gets sick, she never expected the worst to happen.Burying Mick is one of the hardest things Cathleen has ev 2.5 Stars The review that follows is a partial one To view the full review, please visit Brogan thought life was going well she is married to the love of her life, Mick, they have two beautiful daughters, and while they might not live in the lap of luxury they aren t on the streets begging for food either But when her husband suddenly gets sick, she never expected the worst to happen.Burying Mick is one of the hardest things Cathleen has ever done Now how is she to go on with her life The one good thing, if you can call it that, that comes from Mick s untimely death is the reappearance of his cousin, a priest, who wasa brother to Mick than even his own brother Father Jerry Brogan was even the man that married Cathleen and Mick all those years ago Since that da...


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    A Good ConfessionI ve just finished A Good Confession and what a hugely satisfying read it was Set in the late nineteen fifties early sixties, the story centres around the forbidden relationship between a Catholic priest and a young widowed mother, both risking condemnation if ever their secret should be discovered Switching between the sooty streets of London and the tranquil beauty of Ireland, the story is e...


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    A really powerful book Had me in tears several times and kept me guessing I really didn t expect the ending but when it came I felt yes, it was right and the only way it should end Really believable characters As for Father Jerry, well he is the kind of priest you could imagine falling in love with In places it s really funny but there s also a sinister death so don t expect a conventional hearts and flowers romance I didn t read it in one go but only because I have a family I rushed A really powerful book Had me in tears several times and kept me guessing I really didn t expect the ending but when it came I felt yes, it was right and the only way it should end Really believable characters As for Father Jerry, well he is the kind of priest you could imagine falling in love with In places it s really funny but there s also a sinister death so don t expect a conventional hearts and flowers romance I didn...


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A Good Confession When Sweet Talking Mick Brogan Dies, His Young Wife Cathleen Struggles To Bring Up Their Daughters In Their Rented Rooms In 1960s North London She Is Comforted By Father Jerry, Her Husband S Cousin And A Priest Generally Acknowledged By The Irish Community To Be Both A Saint And The Spit Of Gregory Peck.As Their Friendship Develops, Cathleen Fears That They Are Growing Too Close Hoping That Confession Will Ease Her Troubled Mind, She Says The Things That Can T Be Said Anywhere Else Not Realizing That She Is Confessing To The Man She Loves.When A Tragedy Forces Cathleen Back To Ireland, She Must Face The Truth And Accept The Consequences Of Such A Forbidden Love