He wore a badge of courage by just writing his story, Monsignor William McCarthy received unprecedented reviews for his remarkable memoir, The Conspiracy: New Revelations It is honest, humane, compelling, humble, wise yet heart-breaking.
The Pacific Book Review, Hollywood Book Reviews, and The US Review of Books, three of the finest book reviewers unanimously agree that his impassioned writing and hard-earned wisdom set his book apart.
The Conspiracy, tells the real-life story of a priest who underwent five years of trials and tribulations after a false accusation of abuse against two young children. Undaunted by the false accusation, the priest fought and relied on the love of his friends and his faith in God to help him get through the most trying moments of his life and career.
Anthony Avina of the Pacific Review writes, “This is a very detailed, in-depth analysis of the struggle between balancing true accusations with false accusations in the effort to expose others who have wronged the world. The author does a great job of incorporating the facts of the case into the narrative and showcases several letters, journal entries, and more as further evidence on his behalf for what he endured during this time.”
“The author renders a well-written account of his time of trial which is at times agonizing. His honesty about his faith and the doubts with which he struggles as he endures the false accusation produces a gripping account of one who finds his life completely upended,” according to Kat Kennedy of The US Review of Books.
Susan Brown of Hollywood Book Reviews admired most was McCarthy’s focus on the intimate details of what injustice does to people: “This is so much more than a heart-rending, heart-wrenching and heart-breaking personal account of the victimization the author suffered; it is also a critical assessment of how the Catholic Church mishandled not just his situation but the entire tragedy of pedophilia in its ranks. The author brings to light much to reflect on as all stakeholders involved in this vitally important dialogue continue to find pathways to resolution.”
McCarthy’s story is chilling and heartbreaking. He evokes the feeling of helplessness that many of the wrongly convicted experienced while also celebrating persistence and endurance. Pacific Book Review couldn’t agree more, saying “This is a very detailed, in-depth analysis of the struggle between balancing true accusations with false accusations in the effort to expose others who have wronged the world. The author does a great job of incorporating the facts of the case into the narrative and showcases several letters, journal entries, and more as further evidence on his behalf for what he endured during this time.”
One of the most common causes of wrongful convictions is faulty testimony or phony evidence. But that knowledge doesn’t tell us why or how someone could make such a major mistake. Many endured decades of hopelessness before the truth would set them free. Yet Monsignor McCarthy managed to stay hopeful amidst the grueling fight for the truth. “This is a thought-provoking, engaging and shocking read. The author’s struggles to clear his name and highlight the journey to get the truth heard despite the lack of investigation or corroboration from authorities and even his own leadership within the church about the allegations is both challenging and heart-breaking to read, and will instantly connect readers to the author’s plight.” (Pacific Book Review)
At the end of the book, he writes about how he was unjustly accused of something he did not commit, yet savors watching the sunrise each morning. And Hollywood Book Reviews lauded him for surviving the rage “Ultimately, though, this story is about one man’s walk of faith. As he so beautifully recounts, “For a while I just lived on the edge of survival. It was my trust in the sacred heart of Jesus that helped me over the threshold to the end of my struggle; to survive the awful attack on who I was as a human being, and especially as a priest. Even in his darkest moments, he used his faith in God’s goodness as the way out of his pain and suffering. The experience only made his faith stronger and more absolute.”
William McCarthy withstands the injustice he experienced, and for people not to hear his story, would mean missing out on the triumphs of human beings and how they’re able to struggle hard enough to regain their life back, clear their name. The Conspiracy: New Revelations is the story that needs to be told.
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