Prince of Peace

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1998 - Fiction - 536 pages
Vietnam: bitterly contested on the American home front and on the battlefields of Southeast Asia. Risking his vows to the priesthood and his status as a Korean War hero, Michael Maguire struggles with God and country in this thrilling novel of faith, truth, and honor, "so rich and vital it leaves you breathless" (Chicago Tribune).
 

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Contents

Section 1
3
Section 2
17
Section 3
27
Section 4
44
Section 5
61
Section 6
75
Section 7
87
Section 8
101
Section 17
318
Section 18
330
Section 19
341
Section 20
355
Section 21
368
Section 22
385
Section 23
401
Section 24
417

Section 9
101
Section 10
158
Section 11
179
Section 12
197
Section 13
222
Section 14
261
Section 15
279
Section 16
300
Section 25
438
Section 26
454
Section 27
471
Section 28
489
Section 29
502
Section 30
520
Section 31
533
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About the author (1998)

James Carroll was raised in Washington, D.C., and ordained to the Catholic priesthood in 1969. He served as a chaplain at Boston University from 1969 to 1974, then left the priesthood to become a writer. A distinguished scholar-in-residence at Suffolk University, he is a columnist for the Boston Globe and aregular contributor to the Daily Beast.His critically admired books include Practicing Catholic , the National Book Award-winning An American Requiem , House of War , which won the first PEN/Galbraith Award, and the New York Times bestseller Constantine's Sword , now an acclaimed documentary.

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