A Question of Consequence: A Novel

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Mapletree Publishing Company, 2004 - Fiction - 336 pages
4 Reviews
A provocative novel of religion, politics, good-old-boy corruption, and a little romance thrown in. Gordon Ryan deftly weaves the story of Matthew Sterling and his encounters with corruption in the fictitious Utah community of Snowy Ridge with the eerily similar tale his ancestor, Revolutionary War hero Andrew McBride.

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User Review  - Peg - Goodreads

This was a fun quick read. Being a genealogist I loved the entertwined story from the past paralleling the present to some degree, even better that it included local political intrigue that was quite realistic, sad to say. Read full review

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User Review  - Tyler - Goodreads

Very powerful writing about how regardless of the times we live in, we must make decisions, that even though we know and believe they are right, will still punish an individual. However, we can still rise above the ashes and live a better life witht he lessons learned. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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