Readers everywhere have fallen in love with Philip Gulley's Home to Harmony, a charming novel of a small, friendly town whose endearing and eccentric residents are just like old friends.
In his warm, down-home style, Gulley chronicles the humorous and occasionally moving world of Sam Gardner, a Quaker pastor who has just moved back to his hometown. Laugh and cry with Sam as he reflects on the quirks of human nature in such memorable vignettes as "The Aluminum Years," in which Sam tries to come up with the perfect gift to give his wife for their tenth anniversary, or "Shroud of Harmony," which features a church quilt that mysteriously displays the image of Jesus. From Billy Bundle, the "World's Shortest Evangelist" to narrow-minded church elder Dale Hinshaw, the town of Harmony and its residents are worth visiting time and time again.
Philip Gulley is a Quaker minister, writer, husband, and father. He is the bestselling author of Front Porch Tales, For Everything a Season, Home to Harmony, Just Shy of Harmony, Signs and Wonders and If Grace is True. He and his wife, Joan, live in Indiana with their sons, Spencer and Sam.
"Occasionally, a simple book feels like home, and its characters become cherished friends ... this book is pure joy."--Publisher's Weekly (starred review)--BookPageBinding Type:
7.90h x 5.30w x 0.70d