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Sea Glass Summer Hardcover – October 1, 2012
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For Ellie Haskel fans, I would urge you to give this book a chance - but don't expect it to be a quick read. If you're suffering through a long, hot summer, pick up this book and be whisked off to a quaint sea-side cottage in Maine with Sarah Draycott. Join her in walks on the beach and meet the neighbors. A little romance, a little mystery and suspence and lovable characters. This will be a book that I will want to pick up and read again.
Not to say I wouldn't like to re-visit Ellie and Bentley Haskell in a new adventure as well. Just in case you read this, Dorothy. ; )
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