Mel, a mystery writer living in New A reunion of four friends becomes a cathartic journey into the past in Cathy Holton' s luminous new novel.
Beach Trip by Cathy Holton
Mel, a mystery writer living in New York, is grappling with the aftermath of two failed marriages and a stalled writing career. Sara, an Atlanta attorney, struggles with guilt over her son's illness and her own slowly unraveling marriage.
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Summer should be easy, peaceful, and, most of all, completely relaxing. Leave the stress of your own work and social life behind as you immerse yourself in the hectic, emotional ongoings of Beth, Melissa, Gaby, and Stacey — four strong-willed friends trying to deal with everything life throws at them a mother with dementia, breakups, unemployment, dramatic teens in London.
Throw in a romantic relationship with a carpenter named Nash and a sexy vacationer called Clive, and you have all the ingredients you need for a perfect beach read. Meloy communicates her thrilling tale of blame and parenthood through the perspectives of both the children and the adults.
Now enter Ambrose, a serial dater used to getting what he wants when it comes to women. Protagonist Andrea Bern is a single year-old New Yorker living her adult life by her own rules. Rich Fischer used to be a kind-of famous cartoonist.
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Every summer, he heads to a week-long arts conference in New England, leaving behind his family, to teach his craft. Collin James dropped out of college and is now waiting tables and using his creative talent with chalk to embellish the streets of Cambridge, Massachusetts. Nina Lazare is a high school teacher and the daughter of a tech mogul.
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Billie Flanagan has been missing for a year. Her daughter, Olive, and husband, Jonathan, are trying to deal with the loss in their own ways. One day, Olive starts to have visions of her mother. Graham Cavanaugh is on his second marriage.
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