‘Little things like this,’ by Claire Keegan book review

But Keegan constantly complicates this fun holiday. “It’s a crow’s December,” she wrote shortly before introducing us to the convent of the Good Shepherd nuns. The sisters accept the less fortunate girls. “Little is known about the training school,” explains Keegan, but the laundry service provided by the convent is a priority – used by all the restaurants in the area, wealthy households and priests. If there were dark rumors about this place, what would you expect? “People have said a lot of things – and half of what was said was unbelievable; there was never a shortage of idle minds or gossip about the town. ”

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