The Summer Hideaway

The Summer Hideaway

eBook - 2010
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Claire Turner is a nurse with a terrible secret in her past. George Bellamy is a sick old man trying to make up for past mistakes. George's grandson Ross is a man back from a war and wanting a future. When George's illness draws Claire and Ross together, will they dare to risk everything for love?
Publisher: Don Mills, Ont. : MIRA, c2010
ISBN: 9781426849589
Characteristics: 1 online resource (421 p.)

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MedinaReads Jan 30, 2015

This is a wonderful mix of a murder mystery, romance and reconciling with family.
George Bellamy wants to reconcile with his brother Charles and make sure his Grandson Ross finds a wife before he dies from a reoccurring brain tumor. George wants to die at his childhood vacation place at Camp Kioga in Upstate New York. The story moves quickly with enough family drama to keep things interesting. Susan Wiggs skillfully incorporates elements as the long-term effects of polio, end-of-life decisions, and the personal costs associated with choosing to do the right thing in a tale centered on family. Recommended by R.D., Medina Library, MCDL

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