- Author:Katharine Davis
- Publisher:Berkley; Original edition (February 3, 2009)
- Pages:323 pages
- Subcategory:History & Criticism
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. A ?captivating novel of loss and recovery?(Katheleen Maloy, author of Every Last Cuckoo ) and new beginnings.
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The village of East Hope was quiet, with only a few cars parked on the street long the way. People had start. People had started to prepare for Halloween. The neighboring yards and porches were already decorated with pumpkins and corn husks. Will was oblivious to the decorations marking the upcoming holiday. He and Mary Beth had had a terrible argument. Their peaceful reunion at the beginning of September was long forgotten. After Penny’s message, Will had tried to reach.
Will Harmon also puts his old life behind him, arriving in East Hope to run the local used bookshop.
Все продавцы . East Hope. Will Harmon also puts his old life behind him, arriving in East Hope to run the local used bookshop. As he questions his desires and struggles with his failing marriage, Will yearns for the wisdom to do what is right. Then Caroline walks into Will?s bookstore, and they establish a tentative friendship?with the promise of something more. As they seek to rescue what is most important in their lives, they cling to a distant hope?for understanding, for family, and for love.
Another excellent book by Katharine Davis. I discovered her last summer at the Books in Bloom festival in Boothbay, Maine. Mar 16, 2013 Emilie rated it it was ok. Best lines: Once upon a time there lived a woman with a not-so perfect life.
Katharine Davis, in East Hope, pens an extraordinary page turning read with descriptive characters, intrinsic scene details and transports the reader, to a locale that invites conversation. This book is a must read, fiction and non fiction lover's - it's exceptional. The two primary characters, Caroline and Will invoke emotion for the reader and their story lines connect and weave a web with ebb and flow. As a Jodi Picoult fan, I found Davis' writing style refreshing, engaging and believable. Laura's List: Books for Women Popular Categories.
Hope Davis (born March 23, 1964) is an American actress. She has starred in films such as About Schmidt (2002) and American Splendor (2003). For her role in the original Broadway production of God of Carnage in 2009, she received a Tony Award nomination for Best Actress in a Play. She has also received two Emmy Award nominations, for her 2009 television roles in the series In Treatment and in the film The Special Relationship.
Katharine Davis is the author of several novels for women, including East Hope, A Slender Thread, and Capturing Paris. She grew up in Europe, taught French for many years, and worked as a docent at The National Gallery of Ar. .More about Katharine Davis. Inspired by Your Browsing History.
Book's title: East Hope Katharine Davis. Personal Name: Davis, Katharine. Publication, Distribution, et. New York. Library of Congress Control Number: 2008024547. International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 9780451225870.