A mysterious transmission from the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean leads a crew of oceanographers and divers to a phonomenon beyond scientific understanding-and a discovery that will change everything we know about life on Earth.
It's Halloween morning-and Nancy Kincaid is about to find out that she has disappeared. Athe Animal Hour: it's the edge of twilight and the height of Halloween...the time when ordinary people are swept into dreams that might be madness.
Forensic sculptor Eve Duncan has been summoned to Baton Rouge...to identify the remains of an unkown murder victim...and stumbles onto a chilling conspiracy. There is only one person who can give her the devastating truth, and he is already dead.
A widow decides to open a bookshop in a town that doesn't have a book store, and only too late begins to suspect the truth...that a town
choosing to survive.
I loved this book! The language was perfectly chosen, the situations made me smile, and I even had to read some of it aloud to my husband.
Florence Green(the widow) is to be admired for her wit, and her innocent courage, that comes from simply choosing to survive. As Balzac said, the ordinariness of human lives can never be a measure of the effort it takes to keep them going.