We’re always looking for good new Catholic fiction and today TCND was joined by Brian Kennelly to discuss his book, Two Statues.
Buck Washington moved to the quiet shores of Edisto Island, South Carolina to retire and live out his life in peace. Instead he found a mysterious violin-playing neighbor named Walt…and an adventure he would never forget.
A thousand miles away in Worcester, Massachusetts, Father Peter Moore is suffering a crisis of faith. But before he can leave his vocation and the Church he has served since youth, Peter is given a final mission: To investigate whether a strangely-acting statue of the Virgin Mary is a fraud, a freak of nature – or a finger pointing to the providence of God.
In Two Statues first-time novelist Brian Kennelly has penned a tale of family, life and adventure that will absorb you as you rush through its pages, and stay with you long after the last one is turned.
Brian Kennelly was born and raised in Charlotte, NC. He grew up in a devout Catholic family with his parents, Kevin and Aleanne, and his older brother Kevin Jr. He graduated from Clemson University in 2005 and currently lives with in Charleston, SC with his wife, Tina, and their son, Connor. They are expecting a daughter, Magdalene, in October of 2012. Two Statues is Brian’s first novel.
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