Windless Summer

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Published by Random House Publishing Group in New York .

Written in English

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Open LibraryOL24285351M
ISBN 109780440338406
OCLC/WorldCa429053341

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The many other characters in the novel are /5(24). A windless summer threatens the wind-surfing businesses of Rocket, WA. Hard hit is the local motel run by Tom Jemmet, a widower raising an autistic daughter.

When an amazing event happens at the motel, the town is inundated with tourists, and lives are changed forever. By the author of Blackbelly and Mineral Spirits. —Tamara Butler Library /5(7).

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Rocket's motel, run by a lonely widower. A summer that will change lives forever. In the town of Rocket, Washington—a summer playground for windsurfers and tourists—a windless summer ignites fear as businesses and residents move away. Rocket's motel, run by a lonely widower named Tom Jemmet, is hard hit.

Heather Sharfeddin is a novelist whose work has earned starred reviews from Kirkus Reviews and Library Journal, has been honored with an Erick Hoffer award and at the New York and San Francisco Book Festivals, as well as the Pacific Northwest Book Sellers Association/5.

Cathy Holton, author of the popular Beach Trip, returns with an intriguing and mysterious tale of dark deeds and family secrets in a small Southern town. After a personal tragedy, Chicago writer Ava Dabrowski quits her job to spend the summer in Woodburn, Tennessee, at the invitation of her old college friend Will Fraser and his two great-aunts, /5(30).

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Large, alien objects made their way in from sea, certain things sank and others rose, milk soured, and dragonflies danced in desperation. Lizards were. The Windlass, Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey.

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After these things Aeneas was aware Of solemn groves in one deep, distant vale, Where trees were whispering, and forever flowed The river Lethe, through its land of calm.

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Windless Summer Heather Sharfeddin Delta, May 19$ ISBN: The townsfolk of Rocket, Washington depend on summer when the windsurfers and tourists invade to make a living.

However, the WINDLESS SUMMER has kept many of the visitors away and has driven off residents and shut down : Harriet Klausner. Wherever he went and whatever he did (or didn’t do) was entirely up to him. It was ten o’clock on a windless summer morning, and the sun was beating down. He closed the book and let his.

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