Dark Harbor House

  • Title: Dark Harbor House
  • Author: Tom DeMarco
  • ISBN: 9780892725113
  • Page: 365
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dark Harbor House Bring together a wonderfully varied mix of characters in a once grand Maine island summer cottage leave them to their own devices over the course of a long idyllic summer in the late s and you
    Bring together a wonderfully varied mix of characters in a once grand Maine island summer cottage, leave them to their own devices over the course of a long, idyllic summer in the late 1940s, and you have all the ingredients for a fine comedy of manners Author Tom DeMarco starts with a simple little love story, weaves in tantalizing details of the old mansion s not totallBring together a wonderfully varied mix of characters in a once grand Maine island summer cottage, leave them to their own devices over the course of a long, idyllic summer in the late 1940s, and you have all the ingredients for a fine comedy of manners Author Tom DeMarco starts with a simple little love story, weaves in tantalizing details of the old mansion s not totally respectable history, and adds a hint of gentle satire to create a novel that is touching, memorable, and deliciously entertaining.

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    About Tom DeMarco


    1. Tom DeMarco is the author of fourteen books, including four novels, a collection of short stories and the rest business books His most recent works are A Ruby Beam of Light and Airship Nation, two volumes of his series Dark World Chronicles They tell of a world where most of the technology of the last hundred years has been rendered inoperable Apocalyptic yes, but gently so a world without guns or bombs or cars or trucks you might like to live there.


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    1. Many novels are about people with a past, but in this case the main character is a house with a past. Not only has the house been the host of many unusual circumstances and characters, but it is also past its prime and has fallen into disrepair, although still heavily inhabited. While the past is regularly revisited, the main story is about a group of people who spent a summer at the house in the late 1940's. The story concludes with the young men and women pairing up for a sexual conclusion to [...]

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    2. Nice, sweet story of a summer on the Maine coast.

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