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Cambio Bay

Wilheim, Kate

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ISBN 10: 0312038003 / ISBN 13: 9780312038007
Published by St Martins Pr, 1990
Condition: Very Good Hardcover
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1st edition, 1st printing, inscribed by author on title page. dust jacket in brodart wraps. edge wear. two small tears at bottom edge of dust jacket, some creasing. pages are age toned. otherwise text is unmarked. binding tight. Bookseller Inventory # 034086

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Title: Cambio Bay

Publisher: St Martins Pr

Publication Date: 1990

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good-

Signed: Inscribed by Author(s)

Edition: 1st Edition

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Cambio Bay, in the shadow of the Sierra Madre, is rich in mystic heritage and Indian legend. When a fierce mudslide washes out the California freeway, an odd assortment of travellers find haven in Cambio Bay, at the mysterious Miss Luisa's guest house. By the author of "Sweet, Sweet Poison".

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Wilhelm ( Children of the Wind ) once again builds a world of wonder from the prosaic as she assembles several strangers at Luisa's Guest House in the California coastal town of Cambio Bay. Among those sheltered by proprietor Luisa Ravel are young and poor Iris Lathan, on the run with her deaf and dumb five-year-old daughter Bonnie, and drug kingpin Stuart Wellington, who is convinced the child can destroy him. Guests who become caught up in an attempt to save the Lathans include tough real estate agent Carolyn Engleman, lawyer Boise Wilkes, who is fleeing family tragedy, and professor Harold Ritchie, studying the Indian legends of the area. As Iris and Bonnie are pursued by a professional killer, the guests find that Miss Luisa's magical and strange house, built on a site of ancient power, holds the fulfillment of their dreams. Coping with their private devils, they also contribute to the downfall of evil and the salvation of the Lathans. Wilhelm adds new lustre to her oeuvre with this splendid and eerie tale deeply infused with Pacific Indian lore.
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