Out of the much-loved tradition of wisdom literature comes The Wisdom of Shepherds, a story full of astute observations and deep insight. Like all great wisdom literature, The Wisdom of Shepherds touches on the themes of self discipline, patience, understanding, and fulfillment. Like all great stories, The Wisdom of Shepherds will keep you guessing until the end. One December evening when Old Caleb the Shepherd returned to the crumbling little shack in which he camped during the winter months for protection from the cold, he saw a Candle glowing in one of its windows, and inside, he heard a mysterious voice singing a mysterious song. The shepherd feared that the singer had unearthed the object he had buried beneath the cottage's chimney when he was a young man. The idea unsettled him. He knocked on his cottage's door, and a woman with red hair opened it. He had never seen her, and he did not know who she was, but strangely enough she knew who he was. So begins The Wisdom of Shepherds, a story so full of suspense, mystery, romance, adventure, and good humor that you will find it nearly impossible to wrench your attention away from its pages once you start reading.
Used availability for Rhett Ellis's The Wisdom of Shepherds
November 2002 : USA Paperback