riveting family drama unfolds in a gothic mansion on the coast of Maine and in Texas in this suspense novel of secrets and lies. Follows four generations of a Maine shipbuilding family. More from the Amazon Books Editors. Windswept (1941) : Three generations of family life on the Maine coast.
The man in the Stetson was their only chance for survival in the snowbound car. McMorrow's search for the truth about some hemp-growing hippies in rural Maine leads him into the darkest side of the drug trade - and human nature. A Long Walk Home (2005) : Annie agrees to have her sister's 13-year-old daughter come live with her in Maine, but is unprepared for the wild girl in black and body piercings who drives a wedge between Annie, her lover, and her friends. His plan is to share in their healing alongside the misty Maine coast. Anne Sayer and wealthy heir Connor Emory fell in love on Candlewick Island, Maine, years ago, but when Anne broke up with Connor for no apparent reason, he fled, only returning now that his has father died, leaving him to manage the vast family business. Caldwell, Erskine Midsummer Passion Other Tales of Maine Cussedness (1990) : Introduction by Upton Birnie Brady; edited by Charles. Won Dog Ear's 1986 Maine Novel Award. Day of the Trumpet (1947) : Novel based on Colwell's ancestors' experience as one of the first Maine lobster families. Begins with the story of three orphans indentured from Christ's Hospital, London, to John Silas and his wife Prudence, all bound for 17th-century Massachusetts, and ends with that of their descendent, Content Cushing, in 20th-century Trafton Harbor, Maine. Midnight At Mears House (1912) : 337. Mansion of Evil (1966) : Gothic suspense. Wines of Pentagoet (1986) : Continues the saga of the friends and enemies of Elzada Knight, who live on Morning River in 'The Maine' before the American Revolution.
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