Just Shy of Harmony

eAudio - unabridged
Audio (6.90 hours)
Product Number: Z0893
Released: Mar 28, 2011
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781449883843
Narrator/s: Norman Dietz
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Philip Gulley's critically acclaimed Harmony series has invited comparisons to Jan Karon's best-selling Mitford series. Taking readers into the life of a small midwestern town, Gulley fills this book with quirky and eccentric residents and an extra helping of kindly spirit. Just Shy of Harmony is a beautiful novel of mysteries and miracles. With an entertaining narration by Norman Dietz, both Gulley fans and first-time listeners are in for a real treat.


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Just Shy of Harmony
Product Number: BX00003745
Product Number:Z0893
Product Number:CK012

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All formats/editions

Author(s): Philip Gulley
Narrator(s): Norman Dietz
Product Number CK012
Released: Mar 20, 2003
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781402538148
Author(s): Philip Gulley
Product Number EB00235343
Released: Mar 18, 2014
Business Term: 26 Circ
Publisher: HarperOne
ISBN: #9780061746079

Professional reviews

"In this second installment of Gulley's Harmony series, Quaker pastor Sam Gardner is having a crisis of faith. The church elders are bickering, and the townspeople are consumed with gossip and scandal. Narrator Norman Dietz performs the role of Sam Gardner with a winning combination of patience and frustration as he faces his spiritual challenge. Dietz also proves his versatility as he portrays a supporting cast of villagers--from the young woman dealing with leukemia to an older couple experiencing the truly mixed blessing of a winning lottery ticket. The series warrants comparison to Jan Karon's Mitford series for both its uplifting stories and realistic, quirky characters. K.M.D. (c) AudioFile 2003, Portland, Maine"