Sin, Shame & Secrets
- A True Story of the Murder of a Nun, the Conviction of a Priest, and the Cover-up in the Catholic Church
- Narrated by: Dave Clark
- Length: 9 hrs and 33 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 01-06-15
- Language: English
- Publisher: David Yonke
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By Kathy J. Garrett on 28-07-15
Very disturbing but an excellent read.
What did you love best about Sin, Shame & Secrets?
I am a Practicing Catholic and was mortified by the perversions that were being covered up by the Church, but this story was simply horrific I thought. Priests are just men and should be treated like the rest of us when they've committed a crime. Very enlightening, though disturbing. I couldn't put it down. Narrator was very good.
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By Kindle Customer on 14-07-15
Comprehensive True Crime
Would you consider the audio edition of Sin, Shame & Secrets to be better than the print version?
I would consider it as such despite never having read the print version simply because the inclusion of a narrator whose vocal style goes right along with the true crime nature increased my interest in the story.
Who was your favorite character and why?
I didn't really have a favorite character simply because they went through so many and there were so many different problems that arose during the investigation and the second investigation that I got more familiarized with the crime than the characters.
Which character – as performed by Dave Clark – was your favorite?
Again as I mentioned in the previous question it wasn't really a portrayal of characters as much as a portrayal of a story in a first 48 story kind of way and if I make the connection to the crime as being similar as being the people then it's the non-character parts I enjoyed the most.
If you could give Sin, Shame & Secrets a new subtitle, what would it be?
I wouldn't because the subtitle it currently has does a pretty good job of wrapping everything all up already.
Any additional comments?
I received the code for this story for free in exchange for an honest review. I found it an interesting tale of conspiracy and murder, but when I mention the thoroughness of the narrative I started losing steam as it got closer to the end. Of course a real true crime fan would probably enjoy that scholarly nature so it might be more attractive to other people than unattractive to myself personally. Still recommend highly.
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