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By Elvira, Nancy
The answer to John Stockton's dream to sail the world arrives early, in the form of a job as a fireman on a tugboat in Cleveland. Prosperity seems to come easy to John and he becomes quite a success story. Captain Stockton has everything he could ever want. John becomes sidetrack...ed while visiting his brother in Ireland and in a matter of weeks, his world is turned upside down. He returns to Cleveland, but is haunted by hasty decisions and thoughts of what could have been. Then one afternoon, on a leisure ferry cruise along Edgewater Park, he spots a beautiful lakefront parcel of land; it gives him hope that it might not be too late to find true happiness. It doesn't take long for the captain to realize that the property and the home he envisions is far more than a simple house with a yard. Set in turn-of-the-twentieth-century Cleveland, in an era where knob and tube wiring is state of the art, this third book in the Edgewater story is the foundation on which the entire series is built upon.Read more
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WWII sailor Winston Cunningham meets seventeen year-old Irene Walker. An unlikely combination with little in common, their relationship gets off to a rocky beginning. Wink becomes intrigued with an old house in Cleveland, along the shore of Lake Erie, and when Irene sees it, ther...e is no turning back. The Cunninghams sense that there's an air of mystery about the house; more to its story than they had been told. Wink becomes so obsessed with the house that he fails to see the storm brewing on his own personal horizon. With help from some oddball neighbors and a lesson from a determined young boy who believes in the unbelievable, Wink and Irene succeed in navigating their troubled waters. As it all unfolds, they discover that many of the questions left by the former owner of the house have been answered. This is the second novel in the Edgewater series from Nancy Elvira.Read more
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