Mortal Friends by James Carroll audiobook

Mortal Friends: A Novel

By James Carroll
Read by  John Lescault

Blackstone Publishing 9798200923977

Unabridged

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Category: Fiction/Historical
Audience: Adult
Language: English

Summary

Summary

A New York Times bestseller

From the author of the National Book Award–winning An American Requiem and the classic bestseller Constantine’s Sword comes the story of Colman Brady, an Irish farmer who involves himself in the Irish rebellion of the early 1920s and later escapes to Boston where he rises to and falls from political power and seeks a second chance through the life of his son.

Richly imagined scenes, a complex plot, and masterful writing combine fact and fiction; characters like Mayor Curley of Boston and the Kennedys come to life in this classic saga of Irish-America as seen through the eyes of one revolutionary as he makes the daring choices that will shape his, and his son’s, fate.

Editorial Reviews

Editorial Reviews

“The Irish Godfather.” Boston Globe

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Author Bio: James Carroll

Author Bio: James Carroll

James Carroll is the author of twelve novels, most recently The Cloister, and nine works of nonfiction. For twenty-three years he published a weekly op-ed column in the Boston Globe. Other books include the National Book Award–winning An American Requiem; the New York Times bestselling Constantine’s Sword, winner of the National Jewish Book Award; House of War, winner of the PEN/Galbraith Award; and Jerusalem, Jerusalem. Carroll is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences and an associate of the Mahindras Humanities Center at Harvard University. He lives in Boston with his wife, the writer Alexandra Marshall. Visit him at www.JamesCarroll.net.

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Available Formats : Retail CD, Library CD, MP3 CD, Paperback
Category: Fiction/Historical
Audience: Adult
Language: English