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Ralph McInerny

USA (1929 - 2010)

aka Edward Mackin, Monica Quill

Ralph McInerny was the author of the popular Father Dowling mystery series, and taught for over forty years at the University of Notre Dame, where he was the director of the Jacques Maritain Center. He was awarded the Bouchercon Lifetime Achievement Award, and was a member of the President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities.
Her Death of ColdBishop as PawnThe Seventh StationLying Three
The Second VespersThicker Than WaterA Loss of PatientsThe Grass Widow
Getting a Way with MurderRest in PiecesThe Basket CaseSlight of Body
Four on the FloorJudas PriestDesert SinnerSeed of Doubt
A Cardinal OffenseThe Tears of ThingsGrave UndertakingsTriple Pursuit
Prodigal FatherLast ThingsRequiem for a RealtorBlood Ties
The Prudence of FleshThe Widow's MateAsh WednesdayThe Wisdom of Father Dowling
Stained GlassThe Compassion of Father Dowling
Not a Blessed ThingLet Us PrayNun of the AboveThe Veil of Ignorance
Sister HoodNun PlussedHalf Past NunDeath Takes the Veil
Cause and EffectBody and SoilSavings and LoamMom and Dead
Law and ArdorHeirs and Parents
On This RockneLack of the IrishIrish TenureThe Book of Kills
Emerald AisleCelt and PepperIrish CoffeeGreen Thumb
Irish GiltThe Letter KillethIrish AlibiThe Green Revolution
Sham Rock
Egidio Manfredi
Still Life (2000)
Sub Rosa (2001)
Still LifeSub Rosa
Rosary Chronicles
1. The Third Revelation (2009)
2. Relic of Time (2009)
The Third RevelationRelic of Time
Ralph McInerny recommends
The Death of a Pope
The Death of a Pope (2009)
Piers Paul Read
"In The Death of a Pope, the versatile Piers Paul Read, who has distinguished himself in many genres, returns to what can be called the ecclesiastical thriller. If the mystery looks to the past to explain a crime already committed, the thriller aims to prevent something from happening. When that something is a terrorist act, planned for the Vatican, drama is assured... To say more would rob the reader of his pleasure. The Death of a Pope is a great Read in every sense of the term."

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