Rue Shaw has everything--a much loved child, a solid marriage,
and a job she loves. Saying Grace takes place in Rue's mid-life,
when her daughter is leaving home, her parents are failing, her
husband is restless and the school she has built is being buffeted
by changes in society that affect us all. Funny, rich in detail and
finally stunning, this novel presents a portrait of a tight-knit
community in jeopardy, and of a charming woman whose most human
failing is that she wants things to stay the same.
Saying Grace is about the fragility of human happiness and the
strength of convictions, about keeping faith as a couple whether it
keeps one safe or not. Beth Gutcheon has a gift for creating a
world in microcosm and capturing the grace in the rhythms of
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