Foreword Reviews IndieFab Book of the Year Bronze Medal Award in Religion
Grieving her mother’s death and yearning to see more of the world beyond her mountain home, Sally Beth sets out on a journey that leads her across the American Southwest and ultimately to a remote mission station in Tanzania, where she finds a new kind of freedom in the African plains and the people who dwell there.
But when war comes to the mission gates, its horrors shatter her world. She must find a way to rebuild her life and choose whether or not to serve the people she’s grown to love—a choice that will shake the simple faith of her childhood and ignite her passion for a wounded man.
“This is a story about the growth of mature and radical faith.”- Zan, Goodreads
“A Saint in Graceland is a novel of depth and beauty.” – Elizabeth Hein, author of How to Climb the Eiffel Tower.