Books: Of Ireland & Life

THROUGH STREETS BROAD AND NARROW (340 pp.)—Gabriel Fielding—Morrow ($4.50).

In his Confessions of a Young Man, George Moore wrote: "Ireland is a fatal disease—fatal to Englishmen and doubly fatal to Irishmen." Moore's diagnosis lies at the heart of this exciting new novel by Gabriel Fielding, who, under his real name of Alan Barnsley, is a practicing British physician. In earlier books, Brotherly Love and In the Time of Greenbloom, Author Fielding dealt with the family background of John Blaydon, a British schoolboy, and carried him through an adolescent love affair. When the girl was brutally raped and murdered by a wandering psychopath,...

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