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Author: Andrew M. Greeley Narrator: Narrator Info Added Soon Publisher: Macmillan Audio Audio Length: Release Date: March 2003 Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download ISBN: 9781593971410

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Father Andrew M. Greeley, one of America's best-loved novelists, has delighted readers with his ongoing chronicles of the crazy O'Malleys, a rambunctious but resourceful Irish-American family caught up in the sweep of modern American history. The previous novels in the saga have taken the O'Malleys from the aftermath of World War II through the tumult of the Sixties. Now, Charles "Chucky" O'Malley and his growing clan face promises and pitfalls of the late Seventies.

It's 1978 and the whole country, exhausted by Vietnam and Watergate, seems to be suffering from a massive hangover. Chucky O'Malley knows how the country feels; approaching fifty, he finds himself in the grip of a debilitating mid-life crisis. He hasn't lost his faith, exactly, but he does feel disillusioned with the world.

Fortunately, he doesn't have to face this challenge alone. With the loving support of his family, and especially his irrepressible and adoring wife, Rosemarie, he just might discover a . . . Second Spring.

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  • A truly well-crafted read. The O'Malleys are a wonderful Irish family, full of good humor and love, against the backdrop of a very trying era in American history.

    - Romantic Times on September Song
  • “A master storyteller.

    - Nelson DeMille

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About the Author

Andrew M. Greeley is an Irish American Roman Catholic priest, sociologist, journalist, and popular novelist. His first work of fiction to become a major commercial success was the 1981 novel The Cardinal Sins, followed by the Passover trilogy. Thereafter, he wrote a minimum of two novels per year on average until 2009, when he was hospitalized for a head injury.