Karon knits Mitford s small-town characters and multiple story lines into a cozy sweater of a book. . . . "Somewhere Safe" hits the sweet spot at the intersection of your heart and your funny bone. "USA Today"
Welcome home, Mitford fans . . . to Karon s gift for illuminating the struggles that creep into everyday lives along with a vividly imagined world. "People"
Loyal fans of Karon s Mitford novels and Father Tim will be delighted once again to spend time in this quintessential American village with its leading citizen and his colorful coterie of friends, family, and dependent souls.
After a long hiatus, Karonhas returned with a novel that offers something for those who believe and those who do not. All the beloved quirky characters are here, the past is neatly summarizedand the future, full of hope. "Kirkus Reviews"
With the homecoming of much-beloved characters and a few new additions, Karon s latest provides a return to a setting readers have been clamoring to revisit. Longtime readers will not be disappointed by the author s latest cozy redemption tale. "Library Journal"
Terrific . . . built on the foundation of the first nine Mitford novels, "Somewhere Safe with Somebody Good" is Karon s best. "Richmond Times-Dispatch""
About the Author
Jan Karon is the author of the bestselling series of twelve Mitford novels featuring Episcopal priest Father Timothy Kavanagh and the fictional village of Mitford, the most recent of which, "Somewhere Safe with Somebody Good," has spent more than two months on the "New York Times" bestseller list. She is also the author of eleven other books, including a cookbook and several books for children. Karon lives in Charlottesville, Virginia.