Pastor Kate Gussey, with her husband Ned, provides a home for the homeless, helps build houses for the needy, and turns a willing hand and sturdy good humor wherever there is a need. But when her ex-husband moves into her small town, then into her home, the townspeople begin to question the kind of person she really is.
ABOUT ERIC McGRAW
Author of Better Food for a Better World (2013), The Seamstress of Hollywood Boulevard (2008), The Good Life (2004), The Baby Tree (2002), Lies of the Saints (1996), and Bodies at Sea (1989). Author of short stories, personal essays, and essay-reviews on contemporary fiction. Stories in The Atlantic Monthly, Good Housekeeping, The Southern Review, The Georgia Review, The Kenyon Review, and other magazines. Personal essays in The Gettysburg Review, The Missouri Review, Image, and other magazines.