GRENELLE by Isabelle Holland

GRENELLE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

One of Miss Holland's more pleasingly modern stories in which, after eleven years, Susan returns to the home of her dead father--also Father--one Canon Grenelle. Now another man of the cloth is pilloried for his discovery of a Relic, be it real or otherwise, by a group of younger militants. Susan also has her own problems--the man she loved and once lost to her now-dead twin sister and the daughter of that sister. In any case, a different situation where blasphemy tailgates newer forms of evil--Nunc Dimittis to an increasingly devout readership.

Pub Date: Oct. 22nd, 1976
Publisher: Rawson-dist. by Atheneum