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The Gardens of the Dead: Book summary and reviews of The Gardens of the Dead by William Brodrick
The Gardens of the Dead Summary
William Brodricks extraordinary new thriller, like its predecessor The Sixth Lamentation, focuses again on Father Anselm, a barrister turned monk who finds himself at the center of a mystery involving family, the long tentacles of deception and the healing power of retribution.
The Gardens of the Dead Reviews
"Brodrick has all the right moves, but fewer slices of toast would have made for a tighter plot." - PW.
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William Brodrick Author Biography
William Brodrick, in a career change that reverses that of his character Father Anselm's, was an Augustinian friar before leaving in order to become a practicing barrister. His novels include The Sixth Lamentation, The Gardens of the Dead, and A Whispered Name.
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