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The bishop at sea a Blackie Ryan mystery by Andrew M. Greeley

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Published by Thorndike Press in Thorndike, Me .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Chicago (Ill.)

Subjects:

  • Ryan, Blackie (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.,
  • Aircraft carriers -- Fiction.,
  • Catholics -- Fiction.,
  • Clergy -- Fiction.,
  • Large type books.,
  • Chicago (Ill.) -- Fiction.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementAndrew M. Greeley.
GenreFiction.
SeriesThorndike Press large print Americana series
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3557.R358 B5 2000
The Physical Object
Pagination407 p. (large print) ;
Number of Pages407
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL59782M
ISBN 100786223227
LC Control Number99088730
OCLC/WorldCa43286961

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The Bishop at Sea by Andrew M. Greeley (April 19, ) on happylifekennel.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying happylifekennel.comcturer: Thorndike Pr. The Bishop at Sea also periodically includes Greeley's wonderful view of Christianity as having a gracious and forgiving God who understands and loves humanity. The Bishop at Sea is beautifully written story with charming characters, and an intriguing plot/5(14). Nov 01,  · Greeley's Bishop John Blackwood Ryan is famous for solving locked room mysteries. In Bishop at Sea the room is not only locked, it is guarded by two Marines and is on the USS Langley, an aircraft carrier at sea. Blackie solves the puzzle while the reader is treated to a very suspenseful time/5(5). Bishop Blackie Ryan investigates rape and murder on an aircraft carrier, crewed by 5, men and 1, women "teeming with hormones." In the guise of a detective story, a penetrating analysis of the Navy's policy of mixing sexes and how it could work outPages:

The Bishop at the Lake book. Read 31 reviews from the world. The Bishop at the Lake book. Read 31 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Matters of succession lead to attempted murder in the latest The Bishop at the Lake book. Read 31 reviews from the world/5. In his fictional biography, John Blackwood "Blackie" Ryan was born in to a large Irish-American family, ordained priest in , made a Monsignor in , and elevated to bishop in He is also a philosopher and author of the fictional theology books about James Joyce and William James. Jan 01,  · THE BISHOP, book four in the Patrick Bowers Thriller series, continued the pace of the previous three, while upping the ante with intensity and an even darker undertone, if that is possible. We meet the murderous duo on the very first page, and follow them through their bizarre and /5. Jan 01,  · "The Bishop's Man" is the final nominee for the Giller Prize in my reading. It is a novel that I can easily see winning the award (and it in fact did so,) given the way that it reflects the troubling headlines in our country and society these days, and given the depth, perception and sense of place with which the author writes/5.

Like the other book The Bishop at Sea is less a mystery novel than it is a sounding board for Greeley to discuss sociopolitical issues. In this case, the major issue is the role of women in the military. Frustratingly, the mystery aspects become less and less important to the book as Blackie gets closer to the heart of the evil on board the carrier. Bishop Blackie Ryan is feeling more than a bit out of place on the "USS Langley", an aircraft carrier on duty hundreds of miles from the nearest dry land. But the ship is in trouble--several of her crew have disappeared without explanation, and one dead officer has seemingly reappeared. Bestselling novelist Andrew M. Greeley has captured the imagination of the mystery reading public with the improbable Bishop Blackie Ryan, who works for the aristocratic, haughty, sometimes arrogant but often slyly good humored Sean Cardinal Cronin, the Archbishop of Chicago. The Bishop At Sea By Andrew M. Greeley - FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.