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Publisher's Summary

Getting into prison is easy; it’s getting out that’s tricky.

Almost everyone in prison will tell you they’re in there for a crime they didn’t commit, but Anthony Rourke really means it. That’s because he’s actually Bunny McGarry, who has got himself into one of Nevada’s finest penitentiaries under false pretenses. He is there to bust someone else out.

The Sisters of the Saint, no ordinary bunch of nuns, find themselves caught between a rock and a hard place when two of their order are taken hostage. The only way to ensure their safe return is to trade them for the mysterious man who is now Bunny’s cellmate. Rumors abound as to who this man really is, but seeing as nobody is allowed to communicate with him in any way, figuring that out will be tricky.

The last thing the situation needs is further complications, but when Sister Dionne comes into contact with an UFO cult, she recognizes it as a massive con job. The reason she is so sure is because the whole thing was her idea in the first place - and now, she is determined to put an end to it.

The clock is ticking, the prison authorities are suspicious, and lying low has never been a McGarry strong suit. Can Bunny and the Sisters pull off an audacious prison break against near impossible odds? It’s The Shawshank Redemption meets Ocean’s Eleven.

The Quiet Man is book three in the McGarry Stateside series by Caimh McDonnell. McDonnell’s work has been praised for bringing a fresh voice to the thriller genre. He deftly combines  a finely honed comic sensibility with pulse-pounding action which have made his books Amazon best sellers the world over.

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  • Dee
  • 16-06-2021

bad audio editing ruined the performance and story

I've always loved the narrator on these books but the audio editing was terrible. The pause between voices in dialog and in other places was just a beat too long. it became so distracting that I want listening to the story. couldn't finish the audio book.

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  • Quirky SF fan
  • 17-04-2021

So happy to have more Bunny

Excellent story with lots of twists and humor. I love this series!. I am so excited to find out what is next.

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  • Douglas
  • 12-04-2021

Gravy

The only thing wrong with this book is it makes me angry the next one is not available now. Brilliant as always by every one involved. Thanks

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  • Diana
  • 29-03-2021

Very good writing, funny, with a twisty plot

Caimh McDonnell, or C.K. McDonnell, continues to offer readers very good writing. The dialogue is full of humor, and the ideas he has come up in this story are ingenious. The narration by Morgan C. Jones, as usual, offers a broad variety of recognizable character voices. Sometimes a writer will hook readers into a series and then take it easy with bland stories. It's great to read a series and still be surprised by interesting twists and turns in a story with unique ideas. McDonnell's writing keeps me intrigued and every now and then laughing out loud.

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  • Steve
  • 28-09-2021

Bonny strikes again

Bonny proves once again hes the legend we all never asked for but got. Absolute hero amongst men. Enjoyed and if you loved the other books. Youre gonna enjoy this. Recommended

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  • J Hitch
  • 20-09-2021

Last in the series?

I’ve done some searching and can’t find any mention of another book in the series. If this is the last book then the series has a very disappointing ending. I enjoyed this book and the previous two, but… what happens to…?

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  • Anonymous User
  • 07-09-2021

never diappoints

Brilliant series, never fails to make me laugh out loud. cannot wait for next one

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  • L.A. O.
  • 12-07-2021

thoroughly enjoyed it.i

I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this. it gripped me all the way through, and as funny as the others in the series.

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  • Bob
  • 02-05-2021

An exciting yarn well performed

I enjoyed The Quiet Man because Morgan C. Jones performed to his usual high standards. There is a real skill in keeping a listener engrossed whilst switching voices. His sense of pace is ideal.

The story is another well written yarn from Caimh. A mixture of action and humour. It bounces along nicely. My only, small, negative is over reliance on hacking. It doesn't work like that. But the rest is great.

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  • Julie
  • 22-04-2021

Next instalment

Thoroughly enjoyed the 3rd instalment of Bunny’s America adventure. Characterisations superb as always. Roll on number 4

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  • Claire D.
  • 19-04-2021

Another genius caper

Had been looking forward to the audible edition of this book, and yet again, the wonderful MCJ brings the characters to life. Only bad thing about the book, was that it ended!
Love, love, loved it! Great adventure, great laughs... want to join the sisters of the saint!

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  • Jax
  • 07-04-2021

Great story. Great performance.

There was a lot going on around the main thread of the story. Would be a great film. But Morgan really lifts the words off the page with his expert characterisations. He seems to be able to contort his voice so adeptly you would think he wasn’t alone in the recording studio. He keeps it upbeat and consistent. But he has a great author to work with.

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  • clivep
  • 04-04-2021

brilliant

I'm now downloading all of this authors books, absolutely brilliant, great characters and laugh out loud humour

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  • Bobbie Jo
  • 01-04-2021

Disappointing and flat nearly turned it off

After listening to all of the other Bunny books that Caimh has wrote I was left wondering when this book would take off sadly it never did . I found it flat compared to other books . It passed away the time whilst doing jobs around the house but sorry to say I wouldn’t recommend it . Morgan C Jones performance was great he made a poor book average .

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