As a Velvet Underground fan, student of stand-up comedy and former banker, Avery isn't your average Presbyterian minister. But then, Eastern Belfast is hardly your average parish. So when a man enters his church and confesses to murder, it's not wholly extraordinary until that is, Avery learns that the man can't remember when, where or why he killed. Feeling compelled to help this troubled soul, Avery is led down a tortuous path of unreliable truths and fractured memory that promises disastrous consequences for both his personal and professional life and ultimately his faith in everything.
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Glenn Patterson's previous novels are Burning Your Own, Fat Lad, Black Night at Big Thunder Mountain, The International and Number 5. He lives in Belfast.
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Book Description Penguin Books, 2005. Soft cover. Book Condition: Good. Glenn Patterson dedicated this book to his daughter Jessica. This copy has been signed by Jessica and by Glenn "all the best, Paul" and dated 20 February 2014. Some wear to covers, slight reading crease to spine. Internally in good condition, pages very lightly tanned. PH2. Inscribed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # 511588