Somewhere Safe With Somebody Good - Chapters 1-5 Summary & Analysis

Jan Karon
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Somewhere Safe with Somebody Good, by Jan Karon, is set in the town of Mitford and is the tenth book in the Mitford series. It tells the story of Father Timothy Kavanagh, who has recently retired, and his efforts to retain a purposeful life.

In Chapter One, Timothy and his wife Cynthia, an author of children's books, are preparing to attend the retirement party of their friend Dr. Hoppy Harper. Timothy worries that his tux will no longer fit well because he's gained some weight. He complains to Cynthia about going to the party, but she insists they go saying she has heard that some retired priests never leave the house.

Timothy heads upstairs to try on his tux and passes his elderly dog Barnabas who spends the majority of his time upstairs and has begun having difficulty with steps due to his...

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