When Mockingbirds Sing

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For the last couple nights I’ve been hunkered down on the couch with Billy Coffey’s new novel When Mockingbirds Sing. As the rain has made music on the roof above, I’ve been lost in the little town of Mattingly—getting to know a handful of characters so well, they feel a little bit like kin.
Billy Coffey is a masterful storyteller and his character development draws one into the web of his story. When Mockingbirds Sing will stretch the heart and open the mind to the bigness of God. It tells the tale of how truth is not always black and white and reveals the dark side of conflicts that arise over issues of faith. It’s a story about Mystery, about obedience, and about believing through the hard stuff.
Real the full review at The Wellspring.
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