The Incredible Winston Browne

Sean Dietrich. Thomas Nelson, $26.99 (352p) ISBN 978-0-7852-2640-6
Dietrich (Stars of Alabama) lovingly depicts 1950s small-town life in this excellent outing. Winston Browne is long-serving sheriff overseeing rural Moab, Fla., and a veteran of WWII whose fiancée married another man while he was off at war. Upon returning home, Winston threw himself into his job, but after he receives a terminal cancer diagnosis, he starts to reprioritize. When runaway child Jessie finds her way to Moab, Winston tries to build a relationship with the girl to find out who she is and where she came from. The answers seems to be tied to a religious cult, and as Winston investigates, his newfound energy and perspective on life inspires him to open up to a chance at love, allows him to make peace with his past, and leads to justice for the dangerous cult set on harming Jessie. Dietrich meshes mystery and romance beautifully in this moral tale about one man set on using what is left of his life to enrich the lives of others. Dietrich’s fans will love this rip-roaring, dramatic inspirational. (Mar.)
Reviewed on : 12/16/2020
Release date: 03/01/2021
Genre: Inspirational Fiction
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Ebook - 352 pages - 978-0-7852-2641-3
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