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Publisher's Summary

I Have Sinned has been nominated for the 2019 Kindle Storyteller Award.

Bunny McGarry has finally got a lead in his mission to find the Sisters of the Saint, but the lead, one Father Gabriel de Marcos, isn’t willing to play ball. Desperate times call for desperate measures and Bunny has to put the padre under surveillance with a little help from some old friends. Father Gabriel runs a boxing club at the bad end of the Bronx, battling to keep kids out of gangs - noble, thankless work. Thing is, saints don’t typically have assassins sent after them. What sins are hidden in the padre’s mysterious past? 

The Sisters of the Saint are many things but pushovers they ain’t. To regain their trust, Bunny must save the priest from the demons that are on his tail. Keeping the cantankerous priest alive would be difficult for anyone, never mind that Bunny has to resist the urge to kill him himself. He has to manage all this while living under the rules that chill him to the very bone. No drinking. No swearing. No violence. 

I Have Sinned is book two in the McGarry Stateside series, a continuation of the smash hit Dublin Trilogy which also featured Bunny McGarry. It melds high-octane action with a distinctly Irish acerbic wit.

©2019 McFori Ink Ltd (P)2019 McFori Ink Ltd

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So far my favourite

Great story, excellent characters, and narration by Morgan C Jones is amazing. I love that Smithy reminds me of Orson Welles.

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Excellent

Each novel from the trilogy and now the Bonny story have been so good, story wise and the detail of the story line ( may look at a baseball bat with a different eye now. But I have to sat all through this I take my hat off to Morgan C Jones you are number 1 when it comes to reading - Superb

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  • 11-06-2022

Mostly entertaining

After reading the Dublin Trilogy, the prequels, I looked forward to more Bunny. So now I’ve finished two of the Stateside series and they are well-written, well-performed and mostly entertaining.

My one wish is that Caimh consider losing the abhorrent mention of human-animal sex and other references which really limit his otherwise mainstream comic mysteries. In the first Stateside we accepted a dominitrix which, unfortunately was an integral part of the story. But, really, is there a point to assaulting us with a mix of protecting children, people of faith and disturbed sexual behavior?

We would love to see the books cleaned up and becoming a series we can recommend to all our adult friends. Thanks for listening.

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  • Diana
  • 27-03-2021

I laughed out loud - very good writing

Very good writing, dimensional characters, twisty plot, exciting action scenes. Sometimes I didn't want to disturb anyone around me so I had to snicker quietly while listening to the story. Laughter is good for us, so I think this book was very good for me.

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  • 6catz
  • 03-03-2021

So entertaining!!!!!!

Okay, Bunny may be an acquired taste, but it seems I’ve acquired it. Sure, the villains are sort of comic book-ey and I wouldn’t look for gritty realism here, but I haven’t found a better cure for the state of the world’s woes than this smartass, flatulent Irish detective and the great characters that come with him. BTW there’s a great part for Peter Dinklage in the stateside series. Enjoyed every second. More please!!!

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  • Diane
  • 11-07-2020

Another Fun Read

Although this story gets convoluted by side story details, this is still an entertaining and witty read. A personal pet peeve I have is the author has the characters saying "Right." a lot. I mean, a lot. He also uses the ever cringe worthy phrase, "he exhaled the breath he didn't realize he was holding". Minor details though. My bottom line......I always enjoy a Caihm McDonnell book and the performance is fantastic as always.

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  • 03-05-2020

Yet another great book in the series, with perfect narration

The Dublin trilogy and the State-side books are one of my best discoveries on Audible. Funny, touching, in addition to being just great thrillers. The narration is more than perfect, and takes the books to an even higher level. A must-hear. (Just make sure you get the Dublin books first, and in the right - somewhat confusing - order)

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  • Ryan
  • 15-02-2020

From fun to a little unbelievable

I've enjoyed all of the books so far. this one brought the plot a little too far into unbelievable territory. though fun, I found myself rolling my eyes a little too often, which took some of the enjoyment out of it.

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  • Lea Ludington
  • 01-02-2020

Gotta love Bunny!

I have fallen for this series, keep em coming please! Hope they make a movie.

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  • Kathy from Phoenix
  • 22-11-2019

Wonderful!

This might be the best one yet, although they’re all so good, it’s hard to make that distinction. Morgan C. Jones does his usual excellent job of voicing the wonderfully engaging characters. I found myself completely drawn into the story and eager to get back to it, and also laughing out loud frequently. Can’t wait for the next book in the series!

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  • Brad
  • 19-11-2019

More, more, more!

I loved the Dublin Trilogy and the follow ups are even better. Great new characters! Laugh out loud funny!

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  • Viv
  • 13-07-2020

Another diamond from WHI

Gut splitting funny, brilliantly plotted. Yet more insanity and bizarre mayhem from our favourite potty mouthed Irish lunatic, who definitely doesn't use violence to solve his problems.

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  • Mark
  • 06-10-2020

Another Entertaining Romp with Bunny

Morgan C Jones is a masterful narrator of this continuing yarn featuring our favourite foul - mouthed Irishman on the loose in the USA. Bunny seems like a man easily distracted and, great though the story was, I dropped it a star out of frustration. Spoiler alert. Does anyone remember Simone? Spare a thought for the poor woman who was the very reason he was there in the first place. Not to mention the one armed FBI Agent who seems to be taking a holiday. However, Bunny has been busy with a quite excellent set of villains, some badass nuns and a motley crew of helpers. I'm sure book three will wrap it all up, I just hope Bunny stays alive long enough to enjoy it.

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  • Bob
  • 08-06-2020

A step up in writing and performance

Morgan C Jones has to be one of the best audio performers out there. Good pace, clear diction and a variety of distinctive voices across a range of age, gender and nationality.

Mind you, he has great material to work with. A tight story with accessible chatacters. Jokes, tension and a real sense of danger. I absolutely loved this.

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  • Sue Bayliss
  • 07-03-2022

Excellent 👌

Great book. It's very entertaining. Very well read, great story. Would recommend, long live Bunny.

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  • Louise
  • 03-02-2022

The best (so far)

And for a series this good, that is saying quite something. The chronicles of the mad McGarry are building to a crescendo that I'm not in a hurry to reach.

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  • patguk
  • 29-09-2021

Bunny at his best

Excellent read good lead into the last book. Morgan C Jones is an exceptional narrator.

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  • Steve
  • 24-08-2021

Sensational

2nd book in and i cant stop listening. Bonny is the legend that keeps on delivering. Enjoyable all the way through.

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  • bex
  • 23-06-2021

Bunny up to his normal antics. Brilliant as always

Read it, just feckin read it! Bunny's ability to make us love him despite how disgusting he is is incredible

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  • P. Cording
  • 12-11-2020

Hilarious

You can't help but love Bunny McGarry he is so funnily foul mouthed to make him quite endearing. I belly laughed so many times. I love these books and the performances of them are excellent. Thank you.

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  • Claire D.
  • 22-10-2020

The best books I've read!

Really - everyone should read these books, especially in these times - they will always bring a smile to your face & make you laugh out loud. I was fully immersed in this fun adventure-crime-caper ..... and I'm learning how to properly swear like an Irishman!

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