A Month at the Shore

A Month at the Shore

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Baker & Taylor
Following the death of her tyrannical father, Laura Shore and her siblings return to their Cape Cod hometown to try to salvage the family nursery business that he had nearly destroyed, but Laura finds their task complicated by greedy property developers, a murder investigation, her growing feelings for Kendall Barclay, and a killer who is targeting her. Original.

McMillan Palgrave
Acclaimed USA Today bestselling author Antoinette Stockenberg consistently engages readers with her breathtaking stories of small-town romance tinged with danger. Now she returns with a tale of one woman's struggle to put the past to rest-even as it haunts her every waking moment...

A Month for New Beginnings
Laura Shore's memories of her Cape Cod childhood are far from fond, mostly serving as a persistent reminder of why she left home in the first place. But now she's back. Her tyrannical father is dead, and his children have banded together to try to salvage the family nursery he ran into the ground. Laura, her younger sister Corinne, and their black-sheep brother, Snack, have given themselves exactly a month to try to get the business on its feet. Developers wait in the wings, eager to purchase the property, while local-boy-made-good Kendall Barclay is there whenever Laura turns around. Kendall's intentions may be honorable, but his attentions are the last thing she's interested in...

A Month for Bitter Endings
Yet Kendall turns out to be a rock-steady shelter from the storm of publicity that blows in after he makes a shocking discovery on the property. Suddenly a murder investigation is underway, placing the Shores under the scrutiny of village gossips--and someone far more dangerous. Someone who thinks that this secret should have stayed buried. And who will stop at nothing to see that Laura's first visit home in years is also her last...

A Month At the Shore

Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2003
Edition: St. Martin's Paperbacks edition
ISBN: 9780312981556
Branch Call Number: ROM Stockenberg, A 2003
Characteristics: 340 pages ; 18 cm


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