The New England town of Dorsetville, “where miracles are never far away,” faces unexpected challenges in this much-anticipated fourth volume of Katherine Valentine’s beloved series.
The rumor mill is running at full speed: the Country Kettle Café, meeting place for everyone who’s anyone, may close down now that the owner’s wife has struck it rich. Deputy Hill is devastated over his open-ended assignment to the graveyard shift, his just desserts for having nearly wrecked a car and a wedding in one unfortunate mishap.
Then tragedy strikes: the Gallagher twins are fighting for their lives after a fall through the ice—one on life support and the other in a coma. Doc Hammond is waging his own battle for life while helping the twins. More than ever, Dorsetville needs a miracle.
About the Author
Katherine Valentine is the author of three previous Dorsetvile novels, A Miracle for St. Cecilia's (winner of an honorable mention by the Catholic Press Association), A Gathering of Angels (winner of popular presentation of Catholic faith by the Catholic Press Association), and Grace Will Lead Me Home. Katherine resides in the New England countryside, where, she says, "Dorsetville lies just outside my front door."
Praise for On a Wing and a Prayer…
“Valentine brings her characters alive, making them as real as members of your family. She has a fine talent, and if you haven’t sampled her novels, you’ve got to try On a Wing and a Prayer.” --Waterbury Republican
“ On a Wing and a Prayer will welcome you back home to Dorsetville with warmth and inspiration like a hug from an old friend. This small town comes to life, filled with the kind of characters we’d all love to have as neighbors . . . and a few more Dorsetville “miracles” that make for a spiritually uplifting reading experience . . . I can’t wait for my next trip to Dorsetville and Valentine’s next book!”
—Lisa Hendey, CatholicMom.com
“ On a Wing and a Prayer ignites a bond of spiritual friendship with the people nestled in this small New England community. The human heart immediately connects with the story that unfolds quickly on each page. A delightful read that mirrors being greeted by friends upon walking into a room.”
—Fr. Brian G. Bachand, Secretary to Archbishop Sean O' Malley of Boston