One of the things I love the most about working in a bookstore is the chance to support local authors. Susie Finkbeiner is one such author. Her first book Paintchips opened more than a few eyes to sex trafficking even in a small town.
My Mother's Chamomile Susie writes about the Eliot family who for 50 years have helped the community through their time of greatest need. They have run the only funeral home in town and have spent that time comforting others. Now it is their turn, will they be able to trust God with the life of one of their own?
Set in Middle Main Michigan, Susie once again reminds us that no matter how big or small of a town we live in, we all need others sooner or later in our lives and sometimes it is good to be reminded of this before we actually need them.