Michael Phillips has long been one of my favorite authors. I think it's because when you read one of his novels you take a journey. It's not just a good tale, it's an exploration of culture and land and people. Angel Harp is a good example of this. Scotland itself becomes a main character, impressing itself on Marie. Molding and shaping her with it's spirit and rawness that speaks so clearly of God's presence.
Angel Harp isn't a book to zip through quickly, it's meant to be enjoyed and savored like a good cup of tea. (Although I prefer coffee...Ack, my Scottish ancestors just rolled over in their graves.) Marie Buchan's journey is admirable and eye opening, as is the stories of the many new friends she makes. I really enjoyed the journey.
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The boyhood friends have been estranged as adults because of their mutual love of another woman (now dead) some years before. History seems destined to repeat itself, with Marie in the thick of it. Her involvement in the lives of the two men, as well as in the community, leads to a range of exciting relationships and lands Marie in the center of the mystery of a long-unsolved local murder. Eventually she must make her decision: with whom will she cast the lot of her future?
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