Good to a Fault

Marina Endicott's compelling novel Good to a Fault begins with a bang -- two cars collide at an intersection. As the story unfolds, the lives of all those involved are unalterably jolted, too.

A story of two classes colliding, Good to a Fault is both an exploration of faith and a meditation on the meaning of home. The author handles these serious themes with a light touch, and her tale of a Canadian Good Samaritan is full of surprises and humour.
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