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The Dog In The Chapel

Narrated by: Anthony McDonald
Length: 8 hrs and 42 mins
4 out of 5 stars (14 ratings)
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The tragic-comic story of two young men, aged 21 and 18, who fall in love in the summer of 1962, but who have the misfortune to be working as teachers in a Catholic preparatory school at the time. Their names are Tom and Christopher. In the opposite corner to them stands Father Louis, the elderly headmaster. It is his conviction that the sixties will go down in history as the decade which sees the earthly triumph of the Catholic Church. Life becomes more complicated for Tom and Christopher when Miss O'Deere, the art mistress, decides to paint the pair as David and Jonathan and to enter the result in a public exhibition. To say nothing of the inconvenient attentions paid to them by 13-year-old Angelo Dexter.

©2017 Anthony McDonald (P)2018 Anthony McDonald

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Anthony McDonald, good show

Loved every minute. Will definitely be getting my hands on the others when they come out in audiobook. I hope you will read those too; I love your voice

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  • sophie
  • 11-07-18

Worth listening to.

The Dog in the Chapel is easy to listen to. The narrator, who is also the author, reads clearly and really makes the characters come to life. I especially enjoyed Father Louis’ sermons, the final one was really funny. The story carried one along, but I felt the ending was sad, I will say no more, because maybe you won’t think it is sad....Just to say I am glad there is, apparently, a sequel.