Why Should You Doubt Me Now?

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Macmillan, Nov 1, 1993 - Fiction - 292 pages
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The Virgin Mary has made an untoward appearance in Dublin. Just as Rupert Penrose, influential columnist and man of the world, is about to have his way with Attracta Dorris, the Mother of God is suddenly there in Rupert's bedroom, frightening the poor girl out of her wits and setting in motion an unlikely and earthshaking series of events. Is she real? Is she a hoax? Will Padre Destino, the urbane, agnostic papal nuncio, get to the heart of the mystery? Will the.

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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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