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. . . .
This book was very different. It offered a great picture of small towns, people and what life offers. Some unexpected turns kept it interesting.Published 7 months ago by Maine reader
So glad I added this story to my Kindle library. The characters were so richly developed, and the story grabbed me right off the bat. It was a story that was so true to life. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Hungry for words
Very well written novel. It grabs you from the very beginning, very relaxed and enjoyable writing style. Interesting story line.Published 9 months ago by Susan Sprague
What was the name of that family show where the dad was a minister and he and his wife had a bunch of kids? Right, right, right - 7th Heaven. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Showme
My first review should have been for this novel. I am enjoying reading this one as well as Pie Town Woman.Published 18 months ago by Rita R. Millsaps
This book had some funny parts and some quirky characters, but was just ok. Easy to read, good beach book.Published on June 7, 2012 by mrs.cowboy
The characters in this book were sweet and endearing at times, but just a bit one sided and flat at the others. Read morePublished on July 27, 2011 by Book Him Danno