A New Song (The Mitford Years, Book 5)
ISBN: 0140270590
EAN13: 9780140270594
Language: English
Pages: 400
Dimensions: 1" H x 7.7" L x 5" W
Weight: 0.65 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

Though 600 miles from home, Father Tim and Cynthia find that Mitford is never far away. Another feast for fans of America's favorite small town.

Recently retired after years of serving as the rector of Lord's Chapel, Father Tim agrees to pastor a small parish off the Atlantic coast. There's only one problem: How can he and Cynthia leave the town -- and the boy -- they love?

Soon, however, the charming island of Whitecap reveals its own cast of unforgettable characters: a lovelorn bachelor trying his hand at personal ads, a church organist with a past, a gifted musician who never ventures beyond his gate, and a young mother struggling with paralyzing depression.

Father Tim and Cynthia become immersed in the challenges and quiet victories that make a community special, but the high, green hills of Mitford are never far from their minds -- especially when Dooley ends up on the wrong side of the law.

Like every other bestselling Mitford novel, A New Song is a book you can't bear to see end.

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Every time I read a Jan Karon novel about I can't help but love the characters she develops more each time. Father Tim Kavanagh is some one I would love to meet. Deeply steeped in his love for Christ, he brings his deep abiding love with him to each person he meets, and gently changes their lives. His love, willingness, and selflessness to do whatever each person needs to come to Christ, Father meets with love and gentle understanding. Jan Karon is amazing and I can't wait to read more after each book I finish! Father Tim go to Whitecap without knowing what is in store for him, who the people are, and what the situation holds. When he leaves he has left behind more enriched by the people he has met and made friends with one and all on the island. They in tern, receive a friend for life, gentle guidance, and an every abiding love in Christ.