For years, Mitford's sixtysomething rector has been happily married to his parish. Now, he's also married to Cynthia, his vivacious next-door neighbor. For Father Tim, life in Mitford has never been so full of surprises. His wife is "aging" his ...
already ancient kitchen walls, not to mention burning his draperies. The mountain boy he's learned to love as his own makes a heartrending decision. And the agony of mastering the church computer system is as boggling as the pandemonium that breaks loose when his quiet rectory becomes a nursery. All this, however, is small potatoes compared to what happens on a wilderness camping trip that sends him home a changed man.
In These High, Green Hills, Jan Karon takes her readers on a heartwarmingand hilariousvisit to Mitford, where her lovable characters always inspire laughter, tears, and fresh hope.
For more about the heartwarming town of Mitford, read At Home in Mitford and A Light in the Window, available at your local bookstore.
Jan Karon left a successful, award-winning career in advertising to write about characters drawn from her North Carolina childhood. She lives in a 1920's cottage with Bennie, an orange cat the size of a mobile home, and a dog named Rosie Potter.