The Incredible Winston Browne
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The Incredible Winston Browne  -     By: Sean Dietrich

The Incredible Winston Browne

Thomas Nelson / 2020 / Hardcover

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When a mute runaway arrives in Moab, the residents take the girl in. As her story---which includes evidence of a religious cult hidden deep in the nearby woods---slowly becomes more clear and two more strangers appear, it gets increasingly difficult to keep her safe. Did she come to the town looking for help---or to rescue them? 352 pages, hardcover from Nelson.

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Title: The Incredible Winston Browne
By: Sean Dietrich
Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 352
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2020
Dimensions: 9.3 X 6.1 (inches)
Weight: 1 pound 2 ounces
ISBN: 0785226400
ISBN-13: 9780785226406
Stock No: WW226407

Publisher's Description

Beloved writer Sean Dietrich—also known as Sean of the South—will warm your heart with this rich and nostalgic tale of a small-town sheriff, a mysterious little girl, and a good-hearted community pulling together to help her.

Folks in Moab live for ice cream socials, baseball, and the local paper’s weekly gossip column. Sheriff Winston Browne has watched over Moab with a generous eye for a decade, and by now he’s used to handling the daily dramas that keep life interesting for Moab’s quirky residents.

But just after Winston receives some terrible, life-altering news, a seemingly mute runaway with no clear origin arrives in Moab.  The residents do what they believe is right and take her in—until two suspicious strangers arrive and begin looking for her. Suddenly Winston has a child in desperate need of protection—as well as a secret of his own to keep.

With the help of Moab’s goodhearted townsfolk, the humble and well-meaning Winston Browne still has some heroic things to do. He finds romance, family, and love in unexpected places. He stumbles upon adventure, searches his soul, and grapples with the past. In doing so, he just might discover what a life well-lived truly looks like.

Sometimes ordinary people do the most extraordinary things of all.

Praise for The Incredible Winston Browne:

"Sean Dietrich has written a home run of a novel with The Incredible Winston Browne. Every bit as wonderful as its title implies, it’s the story of Browne—a principled, baseball-loving sheriff—a precocious little girl in need of help, and the community that rallies around them. This warm, witty, tender novel celebrates the power of friendship and family to transform our lives. It left me nostalgic and hopeful, missing my grandfathers, and eager for baseball season to start again. I loved it." —Ariel Lawhon, New York Times bestselling author of I Was Anastasia

"Make no mistake. [The Incredible Winston Browne] is a classic story, told by an expert storyteller." —Shawn Smucker, author of Light from Distant Stars

  • Stand-alone historical novel set in the 1950s
  • Includes discussion questions for book clubs
  • Also from Sean Dietrich: Stars of Alabama

Author Bio

Sean Dietrich is a columnist, podcaster, stand-up storyteller, and novelist known for his commentary on life in the American South. His work has appeared in Southern Living, Good Grit, South magazine, and other publications, and he has authored fourteen books. Follow Sean’s daily writing at seandietrich.com or @seanofthesouth on Instagram.

Editorial Reviews

'Dietrich (Stars of Alabama) lovingly depicts 1950s small-town life in this excellent outing . . . 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.' -- Publishers Weekly

'Dietrich (Stars of Alabama) imbues plenty of Southern charm and colloquialisms in a read that will appeal to people of all genders, and especially to fans of small-town living. Readers who enjoy well-developed, realistic characters similar to those from Charles Martin and Lauren K. Denton will want to watch for more from this author.' -- Library Journal

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