REDEEMING BROTHER MURRIHY

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On the Road: Highlights from “The Murrihy River Tour” | Antony Millen

On the Road: Highlights from “The Murrihy River Tour”

The Murrihy River Tour Reaches Whanganui | Antony Millen

The Murrihy River Tour Reaches Whanganui

Cath 'n' Kindle Book Reviews: Redeeming Brother Murrihy: The Road to Hiruharama by Antony Millen

Redeeming Brother Murrihy: The Road to Hiruharama by Antony Millen

St Joseph's Church at Jerusalem on the Whanganui River is remarkable for its links to Suzanne Aubert and James K.Baxter, writer Linda Burgess says. - Wanganui Chronicle

St Joseph's Church at Jerusalem on the Whanganui River is remarkable for its links to Suzanne Aubert and James K.Baxter, writer Linda Burgess says.

7 Reasons You Should Read 'Redeeming Brother Murrihy' Prior to the prologue in Redeeming Brother Murrihy, I’ve written: “To my brother” However, although I wrote the novel TO my brother, I wrote it FOR you. Before I started drafting the book, five years ago this month, I copied out six pieces of writing advice by John Steinbeck to guide me. In these, Steinbeck told me …

7 Reasons You Should Read 'Redeeming Brother Murrihy' - Antony Millen

Redeeming Brother Murrihy: The River To Hiruharama

Redeeming Brother Murrihy: The River To Hiruharama

Once begun I could not put this book down and was gripped to the end. I am the last person to admit to enjoying this kind of story, because it contains religious content and that always puts me off. But I was gripped by the tension of the need for the search for the missing brother and also being a New-Zealander myself am always fascinated to read a story set in my own country especially when the setting is in the wilder parts of the country as this certainly was. The landscape and…

Today I'd like welcome Antony Millen , author of " Redeeming Brother Murrihy " to the Thursday interview. Before we get started, a quic.

If you are looking for an easy read, this one isn’t for you. Redeeming Brother Murrihy is deep; best read slowly so that you can savour the rich descriptions, poignant inner dialogue, and extensive cultural background that is so skilfully woven throughout. A Canadian born journalist sets off to find his missing brother in the backwoods of New Zealand and bring him back to honour their dying mother’s wish. His quest turns out to be anything but easy as he follows a rabbit trail of clues. In…

Today I'd like welcome Antony Millen , author of " Redeeming Brother Murrihy " to the Thursday interview. Before we get started, a quic.

I really enjoyed this book!

Today I'd like welcome Antony Millen , author of " Redeeming Brother Murrihy " to the Thursday interview. Before we get started, a quic.

A complex but riveting read. I found it hard to put down; it was challenging and comforting at the same time. It was honest and thought provoking. Because I know you, it was hard to separate the you I know from the main character, even though you are clearly different from one another. I found the anger and frustration of Conrad compelling and believable and the ending surprising and satisfying. This is not a light read, but it is rewarding.

Today I'd like welcome Antony Millen , author of " Redeeming Brother Murrihy " to the Thursday interview. Before we get started, a quic.

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