THIS WEEK IN APRIL

  1. Thursday Sep 4 PHILIP GULLEY THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4; 7 PM PHILIP GULLEY will introduce his new novel, A Place Called Hope. When Quaker Pastor Sam Gardner is asked by the ill Unitarian minister to oversee a wedding in his place, Sam naturally agrees. It’s not...
  2. Saturday Sep 6 FALL IN LOVE ATRIA 2014 TOUR SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6; 2 PM FALL IN LOVE ATRIA 2014 TOUR (Line numbers beginning at 1 pm. Please show your books&co receipt for at least one of the authors’ new books to get a line number.) JAMIE MCGUIRE will introduce...
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PHILIP GULLEY

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4; 7 PM

PHILIP GULLEY will introduce his new novel, A Place Called Hope. When Quaker Pastor Sam Gardner is asked by the ill Unitarian minister to oversee a wedding in his place, Sam naturally agrees. It’s not until the couple stands before him that he realizes they’re two women. In the tempest of strong opinions and misunderstandings that follow the incident, Sam faces potential unemployment. Unexpectedly, he receives an invitation to pastor a Friends Community in Hope, Indiana. But can he really leave his beloved hometown of Harmony?

Philip Gulley, a Quaker pastor, has become the voice of small-town American life. Along with writing Front Porch Tales, Hometown Tales, and For Everything a Season, he is the author of the Harmony Series of novels. He lives in Indiana with his wife and their sons. HACHETTE

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