Father Hilary's Holiday

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Father Hilary's Holiday
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First US edition
Author Bruce Marshall
Country Scotland
Language English
Publisher Constable (UK)
Doubleday (US)
Publication date
1965
Media type Print (Hardback)
Pages 179

Father Hilary's Holiday is a 1965 novel by Scottish writer Bruce Marshall.

Plot summary[edit]

After thirty years in the priesthood, Father Hilary seizes the opportunity to attend a religious congress in South America. Father Hilary's well earned holiday is to be spent at a sort of ecumenical conference convened by "el Libertator" the Generalissimo of Tomasia. The result is a witty, pointed tale of humble but outspoken Franciscan friar and his wondrous escapades in the boiling maelstrom of a mythical Latin American dictatorship.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Marshall, B: Father Hilary's Holiday Doubleday & Company, New York 1965.