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The Diary Of An Innocent by Des Birch
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The Diary Of An Innocent

by Des Birch

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Des Birch is a very clever, talented author and I plan to read all that he has written.
Once I read the extended description of this novel, I had to read it.
My having studied all types of religion in the past, I tend to seek out books containing the subject matter. My eyes are now open a little wider and my mind is spinning.
This novel is not only about religion, global warming, politics and conspiracy; a life is forever changed after reading the priest's diary and meeting (my favorite character) an old woman in a park.
As usual, Des put his special touch on the ending of this novel. I highly recommend you read this novel and all written by this award winning novelist. ~Rebecca Scarberry ( )
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