50 Harbor Street(CD)(Unabr.) Audio CD – Audiobook, CD, Unabridged
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Macomber's chronicle of life in Cedar Cove continues as Corrie and Roy McAfee receive postcards and fruit baskets from a mysterious source. The notes don't exactly threaten, but Corrie and Roy, a private investigator, are disconcerted. Eventually they theorize that the source is someone they knew in college who has the power to change their lives and the lives of their children. Meanwhile, their daughter, Linnette, moves to Cedar Cove and is ecstatic when a doctor she cares for moves there, too. Grace and Cliff may be on the outs. Cecelia continues to work while her husband, Ian, is at sea, and while they await the birth of their new son. Her boss' daughter, Allison, falls for a dark and rebellious young man. And as Charlotte and Ben begin their new life together, Ben's estranged son shows up. All this and more recommends this latest installment in the continuing saga of Cedar Cove. Fans will love it. Maria Hatton
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I absolutely love bouncing around between all the characters’ lives. It gives the novel such a small town, homey feel. I finished the novel feeling as if I’d had a wonderful conversation with a close personal friend. This intimate method of character development really gave me insight into who everyone was, where they came from, and what they’re headed to. I appreciated the way that the various points of mystery passed one another. The way that everyone’s lives and troubles were so real and had me completely wrapped up in them. They completely captured my heart.
Once again Macomber has painted the world with the wonders of small town life. Her characters captured my heart and invited me into their lives for a short while, also leaving an open invite for a return visit.