Say Nothing: A True Story of Murder and Memory in Northern Ireland

By Keefe, Patrick Radden

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9780385521314 9780385543378
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Doubleday


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In 1972, Jean McConville, single mother of ten, was believed to be an informant for the British army. For that reason, she was kidnapped by a group of masked IRA (Irish Republican Army) members and never heard from again. Three decades later, her remains were uncovered. Sandwiched in the decades in-between was the violent conflict in Northern Ireland commonly known as the Troubles. The story of McConville and the Troubles is told here by N...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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