Trumbull, CT, May 03, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Spanning locations across the globe, "Driving Straight on Crooked Lines" is a memoir by Jack Keogh that gives insight to the inner workings of the Legion of Christ, and to the thoughts of a former priest who collaborated with the controversial Fr. Marcial Maciel, founder of the Mexican religious congregation. — (ISBN 978-0-9845227-0-5, Trade paperback, 352 pp, 5½ x 8½).
What makes this book different? According to Australian writer Cerian Griffiths, "Amongst the literature available on the Legionaries of Christ, Driving Straight on Crooked Lines, offers a realistic insight, told with a subjective, non-judgmental outlook. It’s both moving, and heartening." Keogh tells how he ultimately came to believe that God does indeed drive straight on the crooked lines of our lives. Griffiths said: "Keogh's sincere narrative, in which he faces many challenges, inspires an attitude of hope for the future. His gripping story is told with candor, a sparkle in the eye, plenty of blarney, and Irish good humor." It tells how an Irishman found his heart, and in doing so, nearly lost his mind. The Author of the memoir, Jack Keogh, is Managing Director of Keogh & Associates Consulting, LLC. He consults with multinational corporations on leadership and cross-cultural communications. He studied in Spain and Italy, and is fluent in their languages. Many thousands of people around the globe have attended his presentations.