Pie Town, New Mexico, was once legendary for its extraordinary pies. But it's been a while since these delectable desserts graced the counter at the local diner. The townspeople—a hearty mix of Anglos, Hispanics, and Native Americans—like to think of themselves as family, especially when it comes to caring for Alex, a disabled little boy being raised by his grandparents. But, unforeseen by all, Pie Town's fortunes are about to take a major turn—due to the arrival of a new priest, Father George Morris, who seems woefully unprepared for his first assignment, and the young hitchhiker Trina, who some townsfolk just know is trouble. . . .
I have traveled through Pie Town, N.M. several time and bought the best blueberry pie there! Because I was familiar with the town, I wanted to read the book and find out more about... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Loved the book! I'm looking forward to more from Lynne Hinton.Published 2 months ago by Susan Cottrell
I enjoyed this book. It was quite different than what I have recently come across.
Original, thought provoking and unique.
I do recommend!
This was not what I was expecting at all, I thought it was a true story about Pie Town, New Mexico..but it wasn't... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mona Roberts
Very good and satisfying read. The characters are very real and believable because none of them are perfect. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Barry
I am going to buy or borrow book 2. This was a nice comforting easy read. Thank you, Lynne Hinton.Published 4 months ago by Isis
Such a good story. Prepare to laugh out loud and cry too. I liked it so much I bought the sequel.Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
I am religious, so I should have connected to this book more, right? Well, apart from some nice emphasis on a character-driven story, it failed to grip me. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Leaf