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Shepherds Abiding (Mitford Series #8): With Esther's Gift and The Mitford Snowmen

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 9, 2004

    A BEAUTIFULLY READ STORY OF HOPE

    Gifted performer John McDonough presents a warm, sympathetic reading of Jan Karon's eighth novel in the Mitford series. These popular books have brought Father Tim into the hearts of millions - 'Shepherds Abiding' will garner even more devoted fans. According to Ms. Karon her latest endeavor 'doesn't tie up any serious threads or answer any of the Big Questions remaining in the series.' It is, nonetheless, a touching reminder of what is important in life. Father Tim, by his own description, has been a thinker rather than a doer for all of his life. For him, even during a pleasant boyhood in Mississippi, he's not had an interest in working with this hands. That may change. To his surprise he finds a nativity scene that is much the worse for wear. The twenty figures, including animals, are all in sad condition. Would it be possible, he wonders, for him to restore the figures to their original wholeness and luster? What, he also wonders, would his wife Cynthia think of all this? Listeners will respond to this oasis of hope and tranquility during our too-busy holiday season.

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