Welcome Back To Pie Town: A Novel by Lynne HintonWelcome Back To Pie Town: A Novel by Lynne Hinton

Welcome Back To Pie Town: A Novel

byLynne Hinton

Paperback | June 26, 2012

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“Lynne Hinton writes about the most important things—family, friends, and faith—with grace, wit, and a keen insight.”
—Silas House, author of Clay’s Quilt

“Reading Hinton’s light, quickly moving prose feels like sitting down to catch up with an old friend over coffee.”
New Mexico Magazine

Lynne Hinton of Friendship Cake fame delighted readers everywhere when she invited them to experience the simple joys and small triumphs of the endearing residents of Pie Town—a tiny New Mexico community once renowned for its unsurpassable baked desserts. And now, Welcome Back to Pie Town for a second slice of small-town life, as sweet and tasty as the first. The recently rejuvenated Pie Town is a tiny speck of heaven on earth for most of its inhabitants, but not for one recently returned veteran of the war in Afghanistan, who now feels ill at ease and out of place—and it will take the love of a good woman and the support of the whole town to truly bring him back home again. As an extra added treat, Welcome Back to Pie Town features recipes from the novel…for mouth-watering pies, of course.

A retreat leader and writing teacher, Lynne Hinton is the author of numerous novels includingPie Town,Wedding Cake,Christmas Cake,Friendship Cake,Hope Springs, andForever Friends. She also writes a mystery series under the name Jackie Lynn. She lives in New Mexico.
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Title:Welcome Back To Pie Town: A NovelFormat:PaperbackDimensions:320 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.72 inPublished:June 26, 2012Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0062045121

ISBN - 13:9780062045126

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“Reading Hinton’s light, quickly moving prose feels like sitting down to catch up with an old friend over coffee.”