The Bless Me, Father Series: Bless Me, Father; A Father Before Christmas; Father in a Fix; Bless Me Again, Father; and Father Under Fire by Neil Boyd

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The Bless Me, Father Series: Bless Me, Father; A Father Before Christmas; Father in a Fix; Bless Me Again, Father; and Father Under Fire

'Praise for the Bless Me, Father Series “Delightfully entertaining . . . [Boyd’s] fond, gentle approach and chuckling anecdotal style closely resemble those of James Herriot . . . A winner.” —Sunday Express   “Clerical shenanigans for the reader who likes his heavenly instruction with a few grains of worldly salt.” —Kirkus Reviews   “Appealing clerical tales told with wry humour.” —Sunday Times   “A long, gentle breeze of humour with frequent bursts of helpless laughter. Neil Boyd has an almost divine gift for extricating deeply satisfying fun from tiny things. . . . Wonderful, real, lovable characters.” —James Herriot

   “Mr. Boyd’s characters are concerned with something outside themselves, with the great issues of life and death and eternity. He is a bestseller because the public hunger is not only for escape. It is for light in the darkness.” —Sunday Telegraph   “Hilarious and compulsive reading. Inevitable one compares it with the books of James Herriot on the life of a vet . . . A laugh on every page.” —Catholic Herald   “I have never laughed so much, so openly at the antics of some of the most likeable characters in modern fiction . . . Carry on Father!” —Dublin Evening Herald   “Neil Boyd finds himself the creator of one of the major comic characters of the decade, the irascible but lovable old Irish priest, Father Duddleswell.” —Daily Express   “The books in the Bless Me, Father series are all written with wry humour and affection.” —Liverpool Echo   “Hilarious without ever crossing the bounds of good taste.” —Manchester Evening News   “Rollicking good humour.” —Sunday Independent   “As bracing as a tot of Irish whiskey.” —Yorkshire Telegraph and Argus  '
'Praise for the Bless Me, Father Series “Delightfully entertaining . . . [Boyd’s] fond, gentle approach and chuckling anecdotal style closely resemble those of James Herriot . . . A winner.” —Sunday Express   “Clerical shenanigans for the reader who likes his heavenly instruction with a few grains of worldly salt.” —Kirkus Reviews   “Appealing clerical tales told with wry humour.” —Sunday Times   “A long, gentle breeze of humour with frequent bursts of helpless laughter. Neil Boyd has an almost divine gift for extricating deeply satisfying fun from tiny things. . . . Wonderful, real, lovable characters.” —James Herriot

   “Mr. Boyd’s characters are concerned with something outside themselves, with the great issues of life and death and eternity. He is a bestseller because the public hunger is not only for escape. It is for light in the darkness.” —Sunday Telegraph   “Hilarious and compulsive reading. Inevitable one compares it with the books of James Herriot on the life of a vet . . . A laugh on every page.” —Catholic Herald   “I have never laughed so much, so openly at the antics of some of the most likeable characters in modern fiction . . . Carry on Father!” —Dublin Evening Herald   “Neil Boyd finds himself the creator of one of the major comic characters of the decade, the irascible but lovable old Irish priest, Father Duddleswell.” —Daily Express   “The books in the Bless Me, Father series are all written with wry humour and affection.” —Liverpool Echo   “Hilarious without ever crossing the bounds of good taste.” —Manchester Evening News   “Rollicking good humour.” —Sunday Independent   “As bracing as a tot of Irish whiskey.” —Yorkshire Telegraph and Argus  '
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781504046169 Pages: 1583