ONLINE Central Library Book Discussion of Say Nothing:
True Story of Murder and Memory in Northern Ireland by Patrick Keefe
This narrative nonfiction book opens in 1972 Belfast, Northern Ireland where a mother of ten was dragged from her home and never seen again. Although the neighborhood knew the IRA was responsible, the climate of fear and paranoia there created a wall of silence. Many years later, her remains were discovered on a beach. This deeply researched book is the result of four years of work, including interviews- or attempted interviews- with 100 people.