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    The Bishop's Man

    Beautifully written in its portrayal of life in rural Atlantic Canada. The strongly emotional topic of child abuse by Roman Catholic clerics is approached in a human and humane way through a most interesting point of view. This is an important contribution to the conversation on this dark piece of our social history. Despite its subject matter, this book is a most fascinating, uplifting and indeed entertaining work.
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    The Bishops Man

    As usual with a MacIntyre book couldnt put it down
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    Wanting

    Interesting subject. Format a little hard to follow as timelines blurred. Would have liked a more complete summation.
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    The investigator

    An interesting account of dealing with sexual misconduct in the church as told from the point of view of the investigator
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    MacIntyre's The Bishop's Man

    Well written. MacIntyre gets the east coast dialect and culture as well as the culture of the clergy. I found the ending unsatisfying, yet that seemed appropriate as the response within the church and those communities affected by sexual abuse and scandals is largely unsatisfying.
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