BOOKS by pat mcgauley
‘New from Pat McGauley’
A Passage of Redemption
Of his three vows-poverty, celibacy, and obedience- Father Mickey Moran will violate the one most crucial to his priesthood.
To Bless or To Blame
To Bless or To Blame is the heart-wrenching story of immigrants seeking dreams and often finding tragedies in the promised land of opportunity.
A Blessing or A Curse
A Blessing or A Curse takes the reader to the forefront of fabled Mesabi’s robust vitality and into her shadowy back rooms of political conspiracy…from delightful promise to unexpected despair.
Blest Those Who Sorrow
Sequel. A psychological thriller completes the Mesabi Trilogy. Kevin and Angela Moran are swept far from their familiar Hibbing roots in a page-turner of deceptions and delusions. “A deftly crafted drama!”
more Moran mysteries…
the Hibbing Hurt
the Hibbing Hurt, Pat McGauley’s forth novel, builds toward the inevitable confrontation between the forces of good and evil. Blending tragedy and treachery with romance and reconciliation, the Hibbing Hurt evokes painful memories of a dark chapter in American history.
Angry and conflicted, eighteen year-old Amos Moran is a runaway who ends up in Flagstaff, AZ. Connected to the earlier novels, this forth generation Moran is a compelling character. Amos witnesses a murder, falls in love with a lovely coed, and risks his own life to save that of an innocent Navajo Man. “Action packed!”
Saint Alban’s Day
Three powerful themes in a story with sharp political and spiritual undertones. The Moran family saga continues with Pat Mcgauley’s sixth and most provocative novel of his series.
and for children…
Mazral and Derisa
Marzral and Derisa is a story about a mouse and a dove and one of God’s most touching little miracles.
Santa the King
Santa the King is a marvelous children’s Christmas fantasy that takes the reader from Bethlehem to the North Pole.
The Midnight Hour
The Midnight Hour is story that has been kept secret for a hundred years. But now, those events are finally being told. The Midnight Hour is a story that provides children with a positive message, however…It is also a story that will never be forgotten.
“The man who does not read good books has no advantage over the man who cannot read.” – Mark Twain