Rebecca Price Janney
“Easton at the Forks”
A graduate of Lafayette College and Princeton Theological Seminary, she received her doctorate from Biblical Seminary where she focused on the role of Women in American History. Rebecca is a member of the daughters of the American Revolution, her husband is a Son of the American Revolution and her son is a member of the Children of the American Revolution!
About "Easton at the Forks"
Peter Kichline and Erin Miles are trying to make sense of life after losing their spouses. As Sheriff of Northampton County, Pennsylvania, he’s on the trail of an elusive thief, finding that challenge much easier to deal with than running a household. A few Easton ladies are more than a little willing to help— which poses its own challenges. Erin doesn’t have her work to turn to after being denied the promotion she counted on, nor has she been close to her family since leaving Easton after college. When she stumbles upon a TV show about ancestry, Erin’s inspired to search for her own mysterious roots. Discovering Peter Kichline completely changes her life, even as she starts drawing closer to the family and the town she only thought she knew. Written in the tradition of Jan Karon’s beloved Mitford Series, Easton at the Forks is a heart-warming story about two people, two centuries apart, joined by loss, blood ties, and Easton, a winsome place that beckons everyone to “Come home.”