Light from heaven has a small stain on the top spine but this does not affect the reading pages at all. The village of Mitford is the sort of sleepy place we dream of escaping to - neighbours are nice, lost things turn up and sick people inevitable get better. Two are hardcover the rest are soft. In good to very good used condition with no stains or rips.
One book has a small tear on cover edge. Home to Holly Springs. Jan Karon's Mitford Thriller "Light from Heaven - a Mitford story" was published as hardcover with dust jacket by Viking c The images are of the book that you will receive. At Home In Mitford. Condition is Acceptable.
Not a lot needs to be said about my edition of this book. It's Flawless. Jane Carol light in heaven. The 7 titles include These High, Green Hills. Size of book and cover art may vary. A Common Life: the Wedding Story. In This Mountain. There is a slim possibility that a title or two from the list may be unavailable, but that is uncommon.
A Common Life: the Wedding Story In This Mountain What is Very Good condition?. A book in Very Good condition is a typical used book. In these high, green hills, the air is pure, the village is charming, and the people are generally lovable.
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Light from Heaven by Jan Karon , Hardcover. Hot This Week. Timothy discovers that Sammy has a knack for landscaping design. Sammy is unhurt and Timothy decides not to press charges. The limousine stops at the bookstore while Timothy is working. She asks him to set up a way for her to meet Irene. Cynthia and Timothy arrange a meeting and Irene is shocked but happy. Timothy takes Sammy to see the wrecked Mustang and then takes him to the hospital to do some work on the hedges there.
Timothy takes Sammy in to the hospital while he meets with some of the patients there.
Sammy is very upset by a boy his age who has been seriously injured. He goes to the truck and Timothy finds him sobbing and angry and questing how God could let that happen. She asks Timothy to make him leave, but then agrees to give him a little more time. Timothy decides it is time to talk to Sammy about his attitude and what he wants from life. He tells Sammy that if he chooses life, Sammy will have the help he needs and he also has God on his side. The funeral takes place outside on a frigid day, but a crowd of people show up to support Coot.
Sammy has also begun to change. Cynthia and Timothy decide to set Shirlene up with Omer Cunningham who, like Shirlene, enjoys playing scrabble. He plans to donate the tanning package to the hospital fundraiser auction. Sammy brings Cynthia a tiny kitten that he finds. Cynthia believes Sammy seems softer now.
As Christmas approaches, Sammy suggests that he and Timothy build a cat door for the kitten as a gift to Cynthia. Helene comes up with an idea to have a life St. Nicholas at the bookstore for Christmas. Timothy agrees to it knowing that it will boost sales. Helene wants him to play St. Cynthia suggests they put a nativity set in the bookstore window. Timothy plans to put it in increments with the Baby Jesus appearing at midnight on Christmas Eve.
Several people step up to keep the store open nights in the days before Christmas. Even Sammy volunteers to help.
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Omer and Shirlene meet at the store on the night the group decorates the Christmas tree. Over the course of ten Mitford novels, fans have kept a special place in their hearts for Dooley Kavanagh, first seen in At Home in Mitford as a barefoot, freckle-faced boy in filthy overalls. Since money will be tight for a while, maybe he and Lace Harper, his once and future soul mate, should keep their wedding simple. Somewhere Safe with Somebody Good. For years, he believed he had a few answers. Now he has questions. Could doing a good deed for the town bookstore be the best thing for his befuddled spirit?
And who was riding through town in a limo?
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Not Edith Mallory. Then an editorial in the weekly Muse poses a question that sets the whole town looking for answers: Does Mitford still take care of its own?
In the Company of Others. Follow Father Tim and Cynthia on their journey to research his Kavanagh ancestry in the Irish countryside in this novel in the beloved Mitford series from 1 New York Times bestselling author Jan Karon. Vacation—the very word has been foreign to Episcopal priest Tim Kavanagh. Now retired from tending his flock in the village of Mitford, he is making good on a promise to show his wife, Cynthia, the charming land of his Irish ancestors. But after arriving at a Lough Arrow fishing lodge in the midst of a torrential downpour, the charm disappears.
They find their holiday upended by an intruder, a treasured painting is stolen from the lodge, and a family conflict dating back nearly a century turns even more bitter. As three generations struggle to find deliverance from the crucifying power of secrets, Tim and Cynthia stumble upon a faded journal that might just explain the crime—and offer a chance at redemption. Home to Holly Springs. Thirty-eight years have passed since Father Tim Kavanagh left his Mississippi hometown, determined not to return. Then he receives a handwritten note postmarked Holly Springs.
Cryptic and unsigned, it says only Come home. These two words compel him to make the most challenging journey of his life. And once Father Tim discovers who was behind the mysterious note, a truth is revealed that will change his life—forever. Light from Heaven. Shepherds Abiding. Experience the joys of a small town Christmas in this novel in the beloved Mitford series from 1 New York Times bestselling author Jan Karon. Millions of Americans have found Mitford to be a favorite home-away-from-home, and countless readers have long wondered what Christmas in Mitford would be like.