by Bill Higgs
Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
PB, 384 pages
Grab an ice-cold lemonade and head out to your hammock on a warm summer day to read Eden Hill by Bill Higgs. It’s a gentle tale of a Kentucky small town during the early sixties—but have a table nearby to set you glass on, because there are times you will want to grab the book with both hands. There are not only many surprises, there are outright shocks!
Virgil Osgood, a poorly educated man, is...