Award-winning author Patricia Hickman crafts a critically acclaimed gem that warms the heart and tickles the funny bone.
During the Great Depression, Jeb Nubey is running from the law when he meets three abandoned children. With nowhere else to go the group passes a stormy night in a comforting church. When they are discovered, a case of mistaken identity ensues. It seems the congregation has been waiting for their new pastor, a widower with three kids. Looks like more trouble for Jeb. Yet the chance for a steady job and three squares a day is too good to turn down.
Fallen Angels conveys its uplifting message with compassion and a healthy dose of humor. Narrator John McDonough delivers a lively performance, capturing the essence of a good man doing the best he can.
"Hickman is a talented writer, and readers will sympathize with her unlikely ragtag group of characters." (Publishers Weekly)
"Hickman is witty, and her ear for Arkansas twang is right on the money." (Booklist)
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Hooked me at the start
- Terri Jones