Book Mail – The Shepherd’s Calculus by C.S. Farrelly

Ahh some more political thrillers for my fall!

Thanks to Cavan Bridge Press and the author for sending me an advanced copy in exchange for my honest review.

THE SHEPHERD’S CALCULUS by C.S. Farrelly – releasing October 3rd, 2017

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Here’s the synopsis:

When journalist Peter Merrick is asked to write a eulogy for his mentor, Jesuit priest James Ingram, his biggest concern is doing right by the man. But when his routine research reveals disturbing ties to cases of abuse and clues to a shadowy deal that trades justice for power, everything he believed about his friend is called into question. With the US presidential election looming, incumbent Arthur Wyncott is quickly losing ground among religious voters. Meanwhile, Owen Feeney, head of the US Conference of Catholic Bishops, is facing nearly a billion dollars in payments to victims of sex abuse. When Feeney hits on a solution to both men’s problems, it seems the stars have aligned. That is until Ally Larkin—Wyncott’s brilliant campaign aide—starts to piece together the shocking details. As the election draws closer and the stakes get higher, each choice becomes a calculation: Your faith, or your church? Your principles, or your candidate? The person you most respect, or the truth that could destroy their legacy? When the line between right and wrong is blurred, how do you act, and whom do you save?

 

I know political thrillers aren’t widely popular, but I love them! I’m looking forward to reading Farrelly’s debut!

–Jess

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