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Angels of Destruction by Keith Donohue
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Oct 19, 11

really liked it
Read from September 26 to October 18, 2011

I recently read Keith Donohue's newest book, Centuries of June, and became an instant fan. I just finished listening to Angels of Destruction, and am even more enamored by this terrific author. His plots and incredible writing have yet to disappoint me.

In Angels of Destruction, a young girl appears at the home of Mrs. Margaret Quinn, a widow living alone. A decade earlier she lost her only daughter who ran away with her boyfriend to join a radical group known as the Angels of Destruction.

The girl claims to be an orphaned 9 year old, but so beguiles Margaret, that they decided to hatch a plot to keep the girl with Margaret.

Their conspiracy is vulnerable to those both close to them, and those others who are intrigued by the girl's mysterious qualities.

A really fascinating read that explores faith and the ties that bind mothers and daughters.

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