Angels of Destruction by Keith Donohue
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Keith Donohues first novel, The Stolen Child, was a national bestseller hailed as captivating (USA Today), luminous and thrilling (Washington Post), and wonderful ... So spare and unsentimental that its impossible not to be moved (Newsweek. His new novel, Angels of Destruction, opens on a winters night, when a young girl appears at the home of Mrs. Margaret Quinn, a widow who lives alone. A decade earlier, she had lost her only child, Erica, who fled with her high school sweetheart to join a radical student group known as the Angels of Destruction. Before Margaret answers the knock in the dark hours, she whispers a prayer and then makes her visitor welcome at the door.
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"Norahs unexplained origins form the enigmatic core of this story ... the novel movingly illustrates the quest for connection hardwired into every human heart."
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Keith Donohue Author Biography
Keith Donohue's novels include the national bestseller The Stolen Child, Centuries of June, and Angels of Destruction. He also has written reviews for the Washington Post. Donohue has a Ph.D. in English with a specialization in modern Irish literature and wrote the introduction to the Complete Novels of Flann OBrien. He lives in Maryland near Washington, DC.
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