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    Having read a few of her novels I knew what to expect in that I'd be an interesting medical drama with a developing romance, and yet she always makes each story just as enjoyable. Also it's nice to read of familiar characters from previous novels. So if you enjoy medicine and romance this book is for you.

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    As a "cradle Episcopalian", I was thrilled to discover the Mitford series when it first came out. My mother is anxiously awaiting the publication of "A common life" this spring,as are many of the ladies(and gentlemen) In our parish. We have decided that Father Tim is a composite of several priests that we have had over the years. It isnt hard to get a discussion group going when word gets out that another Mitford book is due. Several people I work with recommended the original book to me(Not Episcopalians,by the way), and we are all waiting for April! Jan Karon has captured the essence of 20th century old fashioned Episcopalianism in the finest detail, including the priest who marries later in life,and discovers that he can never quite retire! Kudos and blessings to the author and to all the books in this wonderful,inspiring series!

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    ** update 3/23/2012 **
    Upon completing a weekly full system scan on my 3 PCs, there were numerous items that ESET and BitDefender didn't catch. A positive sign...