"Laugh out loud humour... from the first page we are drawn into Con's fantasy world"
"Funny and heartwarming... the ending had me crying"
Amazon Verified Reviews
WARNING: SACRILEGIOUS CONTENT.
The Baptist of Boonhill is a fictional memoir exposing the very real corruption of the church.
Over several decades, sleepy little Boonhill is primed for development and falls prey to retail outlets, new roads and media corruption. Likewise, the once tiny church congregation explodes and is exploited by the nefarious titular Baptist.
From her conception, Miriam Stokes’ life is dictated by Father John. His plots and schemes become increasingly scandalous by the chapter. But when her mother dies, she learns the truth and is determined to reveal all. A battle of wits ensues.
The BEST Boonhill novel yet! Well worth the wait.
The Boonhill Village Voice
An unreliable narrator to rival the dastardliness of Poe's murderer and Nabakov's narcissist: village whimsy at its most wicked.
The Toonery Times