At Home in Mitford

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Penguin, 2015 - Fiction - 560 pages
A special edition of Jan Karon's first Mitford novel, complete with a new color map of America's favorite small town and the original chapter illustrations.

Enter the world of Mitford and you won't want to leave. In these high, green hills, the air is pure, the village is charming, and the people are generally lovable. Yet Father Tim, the bachelor rector who yearns for something more, suddenly finds he has more than he can handle. His life is turned upside down with the appearance of a very large dog, a charming and attractive new neighbor, and a lovable but unloved boy named Dooley. Seemingly overnight, Father Tim's quiet life isn't so quiet. Heartfelt and moving, this is the book where it all began.
 

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At Home In Mitford by Jan Karon is the story of Father Tim Cavanaugh, a sixty year old single Episcopalian minister to his flock in a fictional small town in North Carolina. Each chapter of the book ... Read full review

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Father Tim, a bachelor rector, has a comfortable life in the small town of Mitford, but he's feeling drained. As he deals with his own health, he encounters changes in his town and finds maybe he can ... Read full review

Contents

one Barnabas I
1
Two A Dubious Gift
21
THREE New Possibilities
41
Four Company Stew
53
seveN The One for the Job
103
EIGHT Golden Days
125
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Jan Karon is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of fourteen novels in the Mitford series, featuring Episcopal priest Father Tim Kavanagh. She has authored twelve other books, including Jan Karon's Mitford Cookbook and Kitchen Reader, and several titles for children. Jan lives in Virginia near the World Heritage site of Jefferson's Monticello.

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