Steeple Hill Books – September, 2008
Edith had always lived in Dry Creek. At 71 years old, she was a pillar of the community. She also taught the lst graders Sunday School class, and made the best biscuits and chokecherry jam in Dry Creek. And, they were always a stand-out at the annual Harvest Dinner.
She and Charley Nelson had been friends for fifty years. Both were widowed and enjoyed each others company.
This is a heartwarming story about senior citizens who still feel pains from the past and have hope for the future. My reviews are normally longer but this seemed to cover it and I would give it a rating of 4 1/2 out of 5.