Lord of the Dance by Andrew Greeley

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A classic tale by one of America’s most beloved storytellers.

            High in the cold skies above China, Daniel Farrell flew alone, a spy pilot on secret surveillance. It was to be his last mission. . . .

            When the news of his loss was reported to his family, the rich and influential Farrells of Chicago, they mourned him and let the years bury what was too painful to face . . . until a granddaughter’s innocent school assignment threatened to expose the family’s hidden skeletons.

            The Farrells had worked their way up from poverty to become the owners of a Chicago construction empire. But behind the façade of piety and public service, the family hid a shocking private scandal. There was a reason they had never insisted on a full investigation of the disappearance of Danny Farrell. . . .

            With a master storyteller’s skill, Andrew M. Greeley disentangles the web of deception to reveal the souls of men and women ravaged by love and hate and the struggle for success.

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About Andrew Greeley

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Father Andrew M. Greeley, a Catholic priest and sociologist, is an honorary senior fellow at the University of Ireland in Dublin. Visit Father Greeley on the World Wide Web at www.agreeley.com.
Published May 22, 2012 by Forge Books. 561 pages
Genres: Other, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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