The Beachcomber

The Beachcomber

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Baker & Taylor
Struggling to rebuild her life in the wake of the pain and scorn she suffered in London, Kathy Wilson seeks refuge in the village of West Bay, and finds herself drawn to Tom Marcus, an enigmatic wanderer looking to mend his own life.

HARPERCOLL

Two Strangers. . .

The windswept village of West Bay is hope, an escape, and a future for Kathy Wilson, who dreams of turning the empty cottage she inherited into a home free of the pain and scorn she suffered back in London. As the summer slowly passes, she puzzles silently over her fascination with an enigmatic wanderer who strolls the beach below her window.

Tom Marcus needed a place to hide when the life he knew was brutally destroyed. Inexplicably drawn to this captivating loner, Kathy feels a bond forming that will radically change them both. But the shadows that haunt them will not be dismissed -- until they can find the courage to open their hearts.



Baker
& Taylor

Struggling to rebuild her life in the wake of the pain and scorn she suffered in London, Kathy Wilson finds refuge in the cottage she had inherited in the coastal village of West Bay, and finds herself fascinated by Tom Marcus, an enigmatic wanderer seeking to recover from the brutal desctruction of his own life. Original.

Publisher: Nw York : Avon Books, 2003.
ISBN: 9780060525460
0060525460
Characteristics: 386 p. ; 18 cm.

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