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The Absence of Goodness

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When a sheriff's deputy is brutally murdered, fellow deputy Margaret Donovan-his lover-questions every choice she has made as her life spins out of control. Struggling to find meaning amidst chaos, she returns to the faith in which she was raised. A friendship with a local nun motivates Margaret to hand in her badge and gun and devote her life to the convent. Poised to mak ...more
Paperback, 352 pages
Published January 23rd 2009 by iUniverse (first published February 8th 2008)
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