Why Should You Doubt Me Now?

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Macmillan, 1993 - Fiction - 292 pages
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The Virgin Mary had made an untoward appearance in Dublin. Is she real? Is she a hoax? Mary Breasted's gift for poking fun where it hurts the most has produced an irreverent, irrepressible, unforgettable book. Ireland will never be the same.

"Breasted's perfectly aimed dialogue and brisk action skewer the jumbled politics--sexual, religious and marital, in academia and the governing Dail--that shape life in modern Ireland." - Publishers Weekly


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From the author of I Shouldn't Be Telling You This (1983): a gently wicked sendup of contemporary Irish life that takes on a lot of sacred and profane cows as well. It's only a few weeks before ... Read full review

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As this new novel by the author of I Shouldn't Be Telling You This ( LJ 2/15/83) opens, Christmas is just weeks away, the Irish government faces bankruptcy, a half-ton of IRA Semtex has gone missing ... Read full review

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Mary Breasted is also the author of I Shouldn't Be Telling You This.

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