Another Life

Another Life

Another Life A murder intrigue set in the beautiful countryside of County Mayo Ireland This is a novel just waiting to be read Get A Copy Kindle Store Online StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksApple Book

  • Title: Another Life
  • Author: John J. Gaynard
  • ISBN: 1453640231
  • Page: 377
  • Format: Paperback
  • A murder intrigue set in the beautiful countryside of County Mayo, Ireland This is a novel just waiting to be read Get A Copy Kindle Store Online StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksApple BooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryIndigoAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Paperback, 330 pages Published July 27th 2010 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform first published June 17th 2010 More Details ISBN 1453640231 ISBN13 9781453640234 Edition Language English Other Editions 3 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up Reader QA To ask other readers questions about Another Life, please sign up

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destroyed by the religiosity of the mother, by a son involved with a radical religious group and by the raging feud between the two brothers The story takes place against the backdrop of the rural landscape of Erris in West Mayo, in the small towns of Bangor Erris, Ballina and Castlebar This overview was copied from bookadda When Peter returns home to his farm house in Mayo he is surprised to see two policemen sitting at the front door They accuse him of attacking his mother and brother and leaving them for dead He visits them in Castlebar hospital, under police guard, and one of them dies Peter is accused of the killing He protests his innocence, but there is evidence that he cannot explain away Peter has to defend not only himself from a charge of murder He also has to protect the woman his brother deceived Three people alternately accuse him and try to help him Charlie Dempsey, a former IRA man who travels around Ireland to help former prisoners Sergeant Patrick O Mahony, who is dealing with his own fall from grace, Father Patrick Keane, who cannot forgive the sins of the Catholic Church, three men who participate in the quest to find the killer My thoughts This was a hard novel to rate, hovering between being very captivated in the intrigue and skimming over paragraphs during the long myriad of religious overtones and of the numerous sidebars that kept interrupting the flow Leaving me with mixed feelings and wondering what could have been the real essence behind the words other than to highlight how zealous religious beliefs could destroy a person and affect family and community On one hand I loved the way the author has creatively shaped the murder investigation by gradually inserting a variation of twists to derail us from guessing the outcome, IMO he did this expertly Another high point is the memorable characterization, long after reading the story I still see Brian, Peter and the terrible mother On the other hand too much focus was put on the effect of radical ideas and the repetitiveness became an annoyance thus I felt many times dropping the book Although in retrospect this wasn t a bad book by any means, it surely will not make it to the top of my best read for this year flag 1 likeLike see review J Smit rated it it was amazing Aug 21, 2016 Raji Lukkoor marked it as to read Nov 09, 2011 Marianne Wheelaghan marked it as to read Nov 17, 2011 Dominique marked it as to read Nov 29, 2011 Quetzi Fernald marked it as to read Jan 14, 2012 Dolly marked it as to read Jan 15, 2012 Iris marked it as to read Jan 19, 2012 Mike Edwards added it Jan 20, 2012 Ashley marked it as to read Jan 20, 2012 Arlene wells added it Jan 21, 2012 Rita marked it as to read Jan 25, 2012 Guadalupe marked it as to read Jan 25, 2012 Melissa marked it as to read Jan 30, 2012 Prabhjit Singh marked it as to read Feb 18, 2012 Sara marked it as to read Feb 24, 2012 Gwen Smith marked it as to read Feb 26, 2012 Gena marked it as to read Feb 26, 2012 Jody marked it as to 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speaks French as well as he does English The BookViral review of Nobody I Know begins Take a deep breath and enter the mind of John J John J Gaynard is from Mayo in the West of Ireland He has lived in Paris for many years Nobody I Know is his fifth novel He has worked extensively in Africa mostly the French speaking countries , the Middle East, Eastern Europe and the United States and speaks French as well as he does English The BookViral review of Nobody I Know begins Take a deep breath and enter the mind of John J Gaynard An author with a fiery intellect and an imagination to match, his new release Nobody I Know is sure to captivate its readers as Gaynard takes us on a warped psychological thriller that keeps us guessing till the very end and ends, An author with a highly distinctive literary voice and a genuine page turner of a novel Nobody I Know proves simply superb and is recommended without reservation Books by John J Gaynard More Trivia About Another Life No trivia or quizzes 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    Another Life is a murder intrigue telling the story of a family returning to rural Ireland to find a better life But it doesn t work that way, their dream soon is destroyed by the religiosity of the mother, by a son involved with a radical religious group and by the raging feud between the two brothers The story takes place against the backdrop of the rural landscape of Erris in West Mayo, in the small towns of Bangor Erris, Ballina and Castlebar This overview was copied from bookadda Another Li [...]

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