A Light in the Window

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Penguin, Feb 1, 1996 - Fiction - 416 pages
8 Reviews
His attractive neighbor is tugging at his heartstrings. A wealthy widow is pursuing him with hot casseroles. And his red-haired Cousin Meg has moved into the rectory, uninvited. As you can see, Mitford's rector and lifelong bachelor, Father Tim, is in need of divine intervention. In this beautifully crafted second novel in the Mitford series, Jan Karon delivers a love story that's both heartwarming and hilarious. Only time will tell if the village parson can practice what he preaches. Like At Home in Mitford, the first novel in the series, this book is filled with the miracles and mysteries of everyday life. And the affirmation of what some of us already know: Life in a small town is rarely quiet. And absolutely never boring.
 

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User Review  - love2cook - LibraryThing

Rector Tim is searching within himself for a sign that he is capable of love deep enough to love Cynthia and to marry her. As he goes through the months pondering this, he is busy with church and civic activities. A good read!! Read full review

Review: A Light in the Window: The Mitford Years #2

User Review  - tracyt - Christianbook.com

Very good series! Instills comfort and hope in this reader. The characters are deeply developed and people I would really love to meet .and get to know better...and hope to through the rest of the series. Read full review

Contents

Close Encounters
1
Lost
32
IrOtmd
57
banana Sandwiches
76
TheBlizzard
100
Water Like a Stone
121
More nhan Music
137
Keeping the Light
155
Taith JVot Reeling
228
CA Rock and a Jiard Tlace
246
Jiome tfgain
262
JLady Spring
278
Down the Jiatch
292
nlie Ceiling
319
Jiasta la Vista
333
June
346

fyoing On
173
Cousins
191
Meg
209
Knowing
365
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About the author (1996)

Jan Karon is the author of the bestselling series of nine Mitford novels featuring Father Timothy Kavanagh, an Episcopal priest, and the fictional village of Mitford. Set in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Karon's Mitford books include At Home in Mitford; A Light in the Window; These High, Green Hills; Out to Canaan; A New Song; A Common Life: The Wedding Story; In This Mountain; Shepherd's Abiding; and Light from Heaven. The Father Tim Novels include "Home to Holly Springs" and "In the Company of Others," set in County Sligo, Ireland. There are over 40 million Mitford and Father Tim novels, childrens books, and CDs in print.

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