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  • ISBN: 9780670878109 (alk. paper)
  • ISBN: 0670878103 (alk. paper)
  • Physical Description: xii, 400 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
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  • Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Viking, 1999.

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Contents:
Angel of light -- Social graces -- Going, going, gone -- The smell of salt air -- A patch of blue -- The long shining -- A little night music -- The spark in the flax -- Home far away -- If wishes were horses -- Worms to butterflies -- Over the wall -- Mighty waters -- Letting go -- Lock and key -- Dorchester Island -- Bread and wine -- Simple graces -- Jericho -- Dearly beloved -- True confessions -- A new song.
Summary, etc.: A retired Episcopal rector accepts an interim post on an island off North Carolina. The novel describes the way he and his wife minister to the needs of the parishioners and their low-key social life. By the author of Out to Canaan.
Subject: Mitford (N.C. : Imaginary place) Fiction
Church membership Fiction
Episcopalians Fiction
Clergy Fiction
Kavanagh, Timothy (Fictitious character) Fiction
North Carolina Fiction
Genre: Domestic fiction.
Christian fiction.
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