A gifted young Canadian writer makes her debut in the United States with a dark and spell-binding tale of erotic and pang-ridden legacy of forbidden love A handsome priest named August Day arrives in the well-ordered town of Mercy, Manitoba, to take over the church of St. Mary Immaculate. In the first days of his tenure he falls in love with the young bride of the town butcher. Their mutual obsession grows to the point that its aftermath leaves scars on the town decades and generations after their love affair is over.
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I’ve read the “Watchmen”, and yes, the “Crow” but I’ve never been more impressed with a graphic novel than I was with the prequel to Patricia Briggs’ New York Times best selling Mercy Thompson series.It might have something to do with the fact that I’ve read all of the other books in the series a...Feb 18 2010 | Read Full Review of MERCY : A NOVEL