5 edition of Bogmail found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PR6063.A21787 B6 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||259 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||259|
|LC Control Number||81201454|
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The Globe and Mail's book section offers author interviews, book excerpts, bestseller lists and reviews. Spring books preview: 38 of the best new reads in fiction, non-fiction, poetry and. A rediscovered classic of Irish literature, this darkly comic tale tells of murder and its consequences.. Set in a remote village in the northwest of Ireland, Roarty, a publican and former priest, kills his lecherous bartender and buries him in a bog. When Roarty begins to receive blackmail letters, matters quickly spiral out of his control.. Alive with the loquacious brio of his pub's Author: Patrick Mcginley.
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The book starts with a very strong hook, but then becomes much more meandering and the resolution of the black- or bogmail part is almost incidental. Meditations on the significance of a tight foreskin in the history of art and philosophy, as well as the general dick lit-ness aside, this was a strange, darkly funny look at s rural Irish /5(23).
Bogmail book Bogmail is an unclaimed jewel of a book. Why this story has never been snapped up by Hollywood I cannot understand (although BBC Northern Ireland did a TV adaptation inthe ridiculously named 'Murder in Eden') The characters are well crafted and believable, particularly the central figure, Roarty the pub landlord/5(16).
A truly funny and stunningly well-told tale of murder in a small Irish village Bogmail book Donegal, Bogmail is a classic of modern Irish literature. Set in a remote village, the action begins with a murder when Roarty, a publican and former priest, kills his bartender then buries his Brand: Head of Zeus.
Bogmail is an unclaimed jewel of a book. Why this story has never been snapped up by Hollywood I cannot understand (although BBC Northern Ireland did a TV adaptation inthe ridiculously named 'Murder in Eden') The characters are well crafted and believable, particularly the /5.
Patrick McGinley has 40 books on Goodreads with ratings. Patrick McGinley’s most popular book is Bogmail. What would happen if you put Ruth Rendell down in Ireland's wild Donegal countryside and forced her to absorb hour upon hour of glorious, ribald pub talk.
Well, she might just write a novel like this onea splendidly subdued black comedy that somehow manages to unroll pages of leisurely, allusive chat without mucking up the natural pacing of the suspense. ""Eales was evil beyond. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Bogmail by Patrick McGinley at Barnes & Noble.
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Bogmail was an auspicious debut for the Glencolmcille-born author, who was working in publishing in London at the time he wrote the book: appropriately, given Roarty's choice of murder weapon.
This is a really great book. The central character, Roarty, is a pub landlord driven to murder his lecherous and annoying barman, Eamonn Eales. The disposal of Eales's body in the nearby bog leads to Roarty being blackmailed. 'Bogmail' is packed with dark humour and well-crafted characters, and has various sub-plots/5(16).
Bogmail. Patrick McGinley. Ticknor & Fields, - Fiction - pages. 3 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review.
LibraryThing Review User Review - danhammang - LibraryThing. Patrick McGinley has written a story set in Donegal that tugs at the heart.
It is the characters and the dialogue that do the tugging.3/5(3). Ticknor & Fields, New Haven and New York, First Paperback Edition. Softcover. Good Condition. acknowledgements. Illustrated paperback binding with white and pink coloured titles to the front panel and black and white coloured titles to the.
Lewisham micro-library, a former phone box turned book-swapping service on Lewisham Way, is on the hunt for a new librarian. The position involves tidying the library everyday and giving it the occasional paint. It's unpaid, as this is a project run by volunteers, but "the most rewarding part of the job is seeing the happiness it brings others" according to the ers: The action of Bogmail, the author’s first published novel, takes place in a small fictional community in his native County Donegal, Ireland’s most northwesterly and most remote of.
Bogmail (Book): McGinley, Patrick: A slice of crazed, rural, Irish gothic: the tale of murder in a small Irish village in Donegal, Bogmail is a classic of modern Irish literature. A rediscovered classic of Irish literature, this darkly comic tale tells of murder and its consequences.
Set in a remote village in the northwest of Ireland, Roarty, a publican and former priest, kills his. Patrick McGinley (born ) is an Irish novelist, born in Glencolumbkille, Ireland. After teaching in Ireland, McGinley moved to England where he pursued a career as a publisher and author. Among his strongest literary influences is his Irish predecessor, author Flann O'Brien, who McGinley emulates most noticeably in his novel The Devil's Diary.
Authority control: BNF: cbj (data), GND:. Read “BogMail”, by Patrick McGinley online on Bookmate – A truly funny and stunningly well-told tale of murder in a small Irish village near Donegal, Bogmail is a classic of modern Irish literature. As seen in Foggage, Patrick McGinley's fiction reveals a writer whose worth lies in his ability to balance perverse humour and human pathos on the cutting blade of /5.
• Bogmail Patrick McGinley “Sharp and twisted rural gothic masterpiece with a small, unforgettable pub-frequenting cast.” The Book Hive, 53 London Street, Norwich NR2 1HL; or: Anita Sethi. While not up to the standard of previous McGinley novels (Foggage or, especially, Bogmail), the book has a lively, readable style, pervaded by dark humour, and with many memorable lines and.
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(which must be noted). Bogmail by Patrick McGinley,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5().An odd, fitfully engaging, ultimately disappointing second novel by the author of the splendid Bogmail—who writes a breezy tale about an Irish country girl's amorous experiments in Dublin (and back home), then jarringly switches over into standard psycho-killer suspense.
Patricia Teeling is a dandy heroine: virginal but saucy, a recently graduated Bachelor of Agricultural Science, the prot.