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Fiction. Celibacy, faith, friendship, community: these are the themes of this strong novel of an Ohio Valley Catholic priest searching for his place and for love. "In Ron Mitchell's capable hands, the story of a priest's return to the steel mill village and people of his youth takes on aching, redemptive qualities. It turns gritty and exuberant, BROKEN COLLAR draws us into ...more
Paperback, 234 pages
Published May 6th 2012 by Bottom Dog Press
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Janet
Apr 19, 2013 Janet rated it it was ok
Not a horrible read, but it was predictable. This is a story about a horney, self-centered priest. I didn’t care for the main character so it was hard to finish the book. There was too much winning in the dialogue to let me care about the priest.
The fun part of the book was the location. The town, Irontown , was near my hometown. The characters went to Pittsburg for fun. The local references kept me reading along with the fact that the author is my husband’s cousin.
Daniskip
Sep 02, 2012 Daniskip rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2012
Loved this book, set in a small town I can totally relate to. Explores the fight of a clergyman between his faith and his love for his first love. I hope there is another one coming ....
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Ron Mitchell grew up in an industrial village along the Ohio River in the Appalachian foothills. He draws here from work as a young man in the steel mill and decades as a supervisor of adult probation officers in Arizona. He also draws from growing up in the Catholic Church and from his experience training boxers and peace officers. His travel articles, profiles and essays have appeared in ...more
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