In 1972 during the Troubles in Northern Ireland, a group of intruders abducted Jean McConville, the 38 year old mother of ten, and she was never seen again. It was not until 2003 that her remains were unearthed on a beach. Then, in 2013, Dolours Price died. She was a front line soldier for the IRA, who, in a secret oral history project had confessed to her involvement in the death of Jean McConville. But at the heart of this story is Gerry Adams, who ordered the killing. This is a chilling story, superbly told by an award winning New Yorker staff writer.
Say Nothing -- Patrick Radden Keefe
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Published: Doubleday - February 26th, 2019