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Bless Me Father

BLESS ME FATHER has captured the curiosity and evoked enthusiasm of law enforcement professionals and a former Catholic priest. “Bless Me Father is a departure from Lou Saulino’s previous books about growing up with the love of sports. His first crime story hits it out of the ballpark….a great read and definitely a page turner.” – John E. Sullivan Det. NYPD Ret. “I liked this book. It is a tough, smart and compassionate story. There are memorable characters. I know of no one who could have written a book like this. Lou has the real-life experience and the heart to give all of us the life changing thoughts.” – P. Olsinski, Teacher, Counselor, Student of People “Family, families—intertwined by: love and protection of each other, right or wrong; sports, sorrow and guilt, Bless Me Father entertains with a little sports history; but also is thought provoking—what, how do you honor faith, a memory and vows to ‘family’. An enjoyable weekend read.” – Cecile T. Woodward, Assistant Police Chief, Phoenix PD Ret.

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BLESS ME FATHER has captured the curiosity and evoked enthusiasm of law enforcement professionals and a former Catholic priest.

“Bless Me Father is a departure from Lou Saulino’s previous books about growing up with the love of sports. His first crime story hits it out of the ballpark….a great read and definitely a page turner.” – John E. Sullivan Det. NYPD Ret. “I liked this book. It is a tough, smart and compassionate story. There are memorable characters. I know of no one who could have written a book like this. Lou has the real-life experience and the heart to give all of us the life changing thoughts.” – P. Olsinski, Teacher, Counselor, Student of People “Family, families—intertwined by: love and protection of each other, right or wrong; sports, sorrow and guilt, Bless Me Father entertains with a little sports history; but also is thought provoking—what, how do you honor faith, a memory and vows to ‘family’. An enjoyable weekend read.” – Cecile T. Woodward, Assistant Police Chief, Phoenix PD Ret.

I devoured the book, and it was delicious! I honestly could not put it down and I thought it was wonderful. The author has a real talent for character development. Just a few chapters in and I was emotionally invested in the cast. It felt like these were real people…………….The book was relatable; somehow the author manages to draw in the reader to feel an honest connection to the story as a whole, but facilitated savouring the details as the reader smirks along with the witty banter and exclaims, “Thank God” when Father Tony and Donna finally consummate their love……. I also connected with the sports references amazingly enough. I loved that Lou Saulino introduced a loving dog, “Seven,” into the book, the number and the Mickey Mantle connection made me think of my dad’s favorite baseball card.
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