Monday, 31 December 2007

Father Frank by Paul Burke

Father Frank is a great story!

This story starts in Kilburn in London and watches a young boy accidentally become a priest. It's a really good story with some interesting and very likeable characters. The book weaves a feel good plot with a love story, which for a book about the priesthood sounds unlikely!
It is something that I found interesting as a non-catholic but wonder what devout catholics might feel about the story and the situation this wonderful priest finds himself in.

You can buy this book at - Father Frank - is available as are all orders at play with free delivery
This is a book you'll enjoy reading!

A follow on to this book is available

The Man Who Fell in Love with His Wife

Frank Dempsey is back - but this time as a father of a very different kind...Newly-wed Frank Dempsey, a former non-believing Catholic priest, can now luxuriate in the sublime joys of his wife's arms and the paradise of silk versus sackcloth. Yet Frank isn't off-duty from charitable deeds - when he isn't driving his black cab for a local taxi firm, he is in hot demand to speak at weddings, christenings and funerals. Or to inspire people to flock to the dancefloor with his skills as a DJ. From the Big Apple to the bitten apple, Frank soon discovers that the tempting sins of the flesh have consequences; when Frank becomes a real father, he realises he is going to need a miracle to feed the five thousand...

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