Join the staff of the Beverly Branch for a discussion of Say Nothing by Patrick R. Keefe.
Say Nothing tells the true story of the 1972 murder of Jean McConville, a 38 year-old mother of 10 and details the aftermath and climate during the "Troubles" conflict between the Irish nationalists and unionists.
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