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Murder at Pond Park By Misty Reddington
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Before dawn one morning in early summer, Park Ranger Molly Tinker and her standard poodle are jogging at Pond Park when they discover a shoe sticking halfway under the evergreen tree on the hill.... More > Lifting the shoe, Molly discovers that the shoe is attached to a dead body. Molly and her poodle jog home to awaken her husband, Chief of Police Eric Wade, to tell him the bad news. The residents of this small New England town have no memory of murder and are disturbed by this violent crime. Unfortunately, as the summer passes, Molly and her dog discover more bodies under the evergreen tree on the hill. Molly becomes an unofficial detective, helping the police with the murder investigation. Her unorthodox detecting skills entertain the reader and lead to the arrest of a killer.< Less
Murder at Pond Park By Misty Reddington
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Before dawn one morning in early summer, Park Ranger Molly Tinker and her standard poodle are jogging at Pond Park when they discover a shoe sticking halfway under the evergreen tree on the hill.... More > Lifting the shoe, Molly discovers that the shoe is attached to a dead body. Molly and her poodle jog home to awaken her husband, Chief of Police Eric Wade, to tell him the bad news. The residents of this small New England town have no memory of murder and are disturbed by this violent crime. Unfortunately, as the summer passes, Molly and her dog discover more bodies under the evergreen tree on the hill. Molly becomes an unofficial detective, helping the police with the murder investigation. Her unorthodox detecting skills entertain the reader and lead to the arrest of a killer.< Less
Last Summer in Rockaway By Richard Grayson
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Acclaimed short story writer Richard Grayson has been keeping a diary since the summer of 1969 when he turned 18, a time recounted in his first published book of diary entries, SUMMER IN BROOKLYN. In... More > LAST SUMMER IN ROCKAWAY, it's 1991 and he's turning 40 and spending his final summer in New York City, living in the beachfront apartment that had been his grandparents' longtime home. Having just survived bankruptcy, Grayson is about to shake up his life by moving to a strange city and becoming a first-year law student in middle age. Richard Grayson's previous diary books include SUMMER IN BROOKLYN: 1969-75; MORE SUMMER IN BROOKLYN: 1976-79; WINTER IN BROOKLYN, 1971-72; SPRING IN BROOKLYN, 1975; AUTUMN IN BROOKLYN, 1978; A YEAR IN ROCKAWAY, 1980; SOUTH FLORIDA WINTERS, 1981-84; WEST SIDE SUMMERS, 1984-87; LATE SPRING IN SUNRISE, 1982; INDIAN SUMMER: PARK SLOPE, 1985; SPRINGTIME IN LAUDERHILL, 1986; EIGHTIES' END: 1987-89; SUMMER IN NEW YORK, 1990; and FIRST FALL IN GAINESVILLE, 1991.< Less
Tamawaca Folks - A Summer Comedy By L. Frank Baum, John Estes Cooke
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“Tamawaca Folks” was published privately by L. Frank Baum under the pen name John Estes Cooke. It is a semi-fictional, semi-factural, account of the summer community located at Macatawa... More > Park, Michigan, where Baum purchased a summer home in 1900, with the proceeds from his first hit, Father Goose. He nicknamed the house "the Sign of the Goose" in honor of the book. The book concerns Jarrod, a lawyer, who comes to town for the summer. He purchases a house there, but soon learns that Tamawaca's current owners are corrupt. Wilder is an outgoing businessman, while his partner, Easton, is elderly and religious. Jarrod soon learns that the partners have double-sold some lots, built cottages in the middle of public streets, and have failed to clean up public lands or fix public streets. They charge the residents for all services, including water, electricity, grocery, and ferry transport. Jarrod organizes Tamawaca's cottage owners and they purchase the resort from Wilder and Easton.< Less
Tamawaca Folks - A Summer Comedy By L. Frank Baum, John Estes Cooke
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“Tamawaca Folks” was published privately by L. Frank Baum under the pen name John Estes Cooke. It is a semi-fictional, semi-factural, account of the summer community located at Macatawa... More > Park, Michigan, where Baum purchased a summer home in 1900, with the proceeds from his first hit, Father Goose. He nicknamed the house "the Sign of the Goose" in honor of the book. The book concerns Jarrod, a lawyer, who comes to town for the summer. He purchases a house there, but soon learns that Tamawaca's current owners are corrupt. Wilder is an outgoing businessman, while his partner, Easton, is elderly and religious. Jarrod soon learns that the partners have double-sold some lots, built cottages in the middle of public streets, and have failed to clean up public lands or fix public streets. They charge the residents for all services, including water, electricity, grocery, and ferry transport. Jarrod organizes Tamawaca's cottage owners and they purchase the resort from Wilder and Easton.< Less
Kidnapped: During Summer Vacation By Nicole Starrett
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Hailey, a fifteen year old girl, lives with her mom, her mom's boyfriend, and his daughter in a duplex. Hailey thought she was going to have a great summer with her family, friends, and the people... More > who lives upstairs in the duplex. Until Hailey started witnessing murders and crimes by six criminals who are wanted by the police. Scared and not knowing what to do she confides in her boyfriend, Daniel, who tells her to call the police. One day when she was walking home from the park with two little boys, Nick and Scott, who lives upstairs she seen another murder but this time she was caught. Trying not to scare the boys she runs with them back to the house but they bad guys catch up with her and kidnap her and the boys. Not knowing where the kidnappers went but only getting the descriptions by two witnesses the police doesn't have a very good lead but they won't give up on the search for Hailey and the two boys.< Less
Helen's Letters Home 1936 Journey Across America By Lorraine Pigula
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Helen was 22 when she and two other women set out for a journey across America. In the summer of 1936 they traveled through deserts, mountains, and plains. In her letters home Helen gave us a... More > glimpse of her awe of this magnificant country as well as a peek into her family life.< Less
Montana Summer: 101 Great Adventures in Big Sky Country By Brian D'Ambrosio
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Summers in Montana are the most spectacular few months one can have anywhere in the world. Whether planning your first trip to Montana or luckily enough to call it home, Montana Summer: 101 Great... More > Adventures in Big Sky Country should cram your calendar with uniquely exciting experiences. Relax, make a check list, and enjoy the 101 things you must do this summer in Montana. Summer in Montana is practical, hearty and the quintessence of freedom; feasible to attempt yet impossible to conquer; fleeting but most memorable; infinitely enjoyable. Welcome to a Montana summer. Whether you are searching for a hiking adventure or a scenic drive, or a great brewery or phenomenal burger, or a beautiful ball park or quirky bit of lore, the 101 places listed in this book provide many opportunities for immersive Montana tourism. Whether visiting the north, south, east or west regions of the state, there is sure to be plenty to explore.< Less
Montana Summer: 101 Great Adventures in Big Sky Country By Brian D'Ambrosio
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Summers in Montana are the most spectacular few months one can have anywhere in the world. Whether planning your first trip to Montana or luckily enough to call it home, Montana Summer: 101 Great... More > Adventures in Big Sky Country should cram your calendar with uniquely exciting experiences. Relax, make a check list, and enjoy the 101 things you must do this summer in Montana. Summer in Montana is practical, hearty and the quintessence of freedom; feasible to attempt yet impossible to conquer; fleeting but most memorable; infinitely enjoyable. Welcome to a Montana summer. Whether you are searching for a hiking adventure or a scenic drive, or a great brewery or phenomenal burger, or a beautiful ball park or quirky bit of lore, the 101 places listed in this book provide many opportunities for immersive Montana tourism. Whether visiting the north, south, east or west regions of the state, there is sure to be plenty to explore.< Less
What's Cookin' at SHP? 1908-2008 By S.H.P. Membership
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Summer Home Park's centennial cookbook is a collection of the members favorite summer recipes, along with family photos.