Father McGargles

A stolen trout. An unusual confession. A dead greyhound on a skateboard. Vengeance. A sex scandal. Rumours of a demon and an erotic book.


From his seat of power in the back room of Lavelle’s pub, Father James Brennan plans revenge. In secrecy, accomplices are recruited. In complete agreement with the purity of his schemes, no one predicts the hilarious results that draw the priest into situations undreamt of, and culminate in conflict with the See of Rome.

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  Read first three chapters of this Amazon category bestseller

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granny mary

Me bath is filled. James Brennan can scrub me back any night.
~ Granny Mary McGargles


Finding God and the nunnery was fate. Bless me Father James. We’re about to sin, agin, and agin.  ~ Gravy Maevey McGarglesgravey maevey

3 thoughts on “Father McGargles

    sebnemsanders said:
    January 30, 2015 at 6:16 am

    Yay, finally. I’d love to have copy of the paperback edition. I have the Kindle, but can’t flip the pages with my fingers or curl up with it on the beach….Nothing is as good as a real book I can hold in my hands. I think I’ve had enough of virtual books for the last two and a half years…My eyes are hurting.

    Good Luck, Norman, Good Luck James…


    Max China said:
    January 23, 2015 at 2:06 pm

    When you sit down to read this book, don’t do it over breakfast. Not if you don’t want cornflakes or coffee expelled in gales of unexpected laughter.I know ‘cos it happened to me twice. The first time with cornflakes. The second with coffee. Almost ruined my trusty kindle!
    Now, Father McGargles promises to be even more hilarious…


    sebnemsanders said:
    May 31, 2014 at 9:00 am

    I love this book and the character, Father Brennan. He is devious, cantankerous, passionate, compassionate, unpredictable and loveable. I thoroughly recommend it. It’s hilarious and at times, ironic. Very enjoyable…


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