7 edition of Mary McGreevy (Macmurray & Beck Fiction) found in the catalog.
by MacAdam/Cage Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||260|
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Mary McGreevy passed away in Columbus, Ohio. The obituary was featured in The Columbus Dispatch on June 7, , and The Columbus Dispatch on June 9, A nun in s Ireland abandons the veil to run a farm inherited from her father. Sister Mary Thomas is good looking and flirtatious, and suitors queue at her.
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Mary McGreevy leaves the Convent to care for her dying Father, and so this tale begins. Why and how she left and rescinded her vows to the sisterhood, the friends she makes and the circumstances surrounding how she makes them, and her big "secret", are the ingredients to an enjoyable read that will keep a smile on your face throughout the book/5.
Delightful Mary McGreevy is a redheaded force to be reckoned with, but no one seems able to figure her out. After 16 years in a convent, Mary decides to revoke her vows as a nun and return to her home of Kildawree, Ireland, to become an independent farmer/5(13).
Editorial Reviews. Readers who recall Keady's debut (Celibates and Other Lovers) will enjoy this similar novel, a variation on the themes of religious repression and community support in rural Sister Mary McGreevy comes home to Creevagh, County Mayo, in for her father's funeral, she resolves not to return to her convent in the capital but instead to shed her habit, take over Author: Walter Keady.
Mary McGreevy by Walter Keady. After her father's death, Sister Mary Thomas leaves her convent to reclaim the family farm in the Irish village of Kildawree.
Inher status as ex-nun scandalizes the women of the village, but her beauty, strength, willfulness and wit attract every eligible man — and a few who shouldn't be so available. Mary McGreevy's return to her home village has the effect of a stone thrown into a still pond. No one seems to be unaffected.
I found it particulary interesting to realize that the consequences of her actions could have been much more severe, had the parish priest not been the gentle soul that he was. An excellent book, highly recommended.5/5(5). Book reviews.
Mary McGreevy Walter Keady Review by Joanna Brichetto. December An Irish tale A recent novel by Walter Keady, author of Celibates and Other Lovers, is certainly worth investigating. Keady grew up in Ireland, and his story of Irish Mary McGreevy (MacMurray ∧ Beck, $24, ) resonates with authentic details of place.
Written with Keady's characteristic charm and graceful humor, Mary McGreevy is a moving, funny, and forceful novel of the heart. Length: pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled Page Flip: Enabled Language: English Kindle Monthly Deals New deals each month starting at $ Learn more.
Product description /5(3). A freethinking woman turns a rural community in the west of Ireland on its head, in this quaint but unremarkable tale by Keady (Celibates and Other Lovers, not reviewed). It’s the early s when Sister Mary Thomas emerges from the convent to be with her father in his last days, then drops her habit to resume life as Mary McGreevy, a red-haired, green-eyed beauty who immediately sets all Author: Walter Keady.
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View Phone Book Listings For Mary Mcgreevy Nationwide. View Company Officers Nationwide Named Mary Mcgreevy. Still, Mary McGreevy is a good story. Keady is a talented writer with an interesting style who has obvious love for Ireland and its history.
Readers who enjoy a good tale of standing ground before something as ominous as the Catholic church will appreciate this intriguing book. Reviewed by Alan L. White July / August /5. Mary McGreevy is a marvelously strong woman - but I get the sense that at times the ex-priest Mr.
Keady uses her to voice his own disaffection with the Catholic Church. The characters are well drawn, but he doesn't let them grow, instead planting them in different occasions so that we have to accept who we're told they are/5.
Mary McGreevy The used book was in the very good condition as described by the provider. It arrived in a timely manner, well packed. Mary McGreevy It is a very interesting tale. I was surprised and disappointed in the ending, though. However, I really did enjoy reading the book.
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