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FATHER FRANK is a warm, funny, blisteringly good read that has the angels on its side (Tony Parsons)
A dazzling first novel - funny, thoughtful and original (Stephen Fry)
Intriguing...irresistible (Adele Parks)
A light-hearted comic novel with the feel-good factor of an Ealing comedy, and some cracking one-liners (Greg Eden, Bertrams in The Bookseller)
A charming, witty and stunning debut with the breadth of appeal from Ardal O'Hanlon to Mike Gayle.See all Product Description
This isn't the sort of book I normally read but I'm so glad I took a chance and tried it. If you're looking for a good read that is funny, witty, thought provoking and a love story... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Evelyn Morgan
The second book of Paul Burke's that I have read. Original subject and a very good book. Written in such a way that keeps you turning the pages. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Ben Thompson
I love Father Frank because it has a bit of everything - humour, romance, sadness, optimism and points to ponder, such as the meaning of religion. It's my kinda' book! Read morePublished 19 months ago by Dee Phillips
Paul Burke's first book, 'Father Frank' is a gem.
Imagine a taxi-driving priest with no meter but
a poor-box on board; all donations gratefully received!
As a lapsed Catholic brought up in 'The Faith' I found the book very funny. I am not sure if you have not had the early indoctrination if you would find it quite as good. Read morePublished on 1 Mar. 2012 by C. Buchanan
I'm afraid I thought this was unfunny rubbish. Some of the supposed funny bits were reprised and hackneyed old jokes. Read morePublished on 18 July 2011 by Black McKnight