THE CUCKOO’S GIFT

 

THE CUCKOO'S

THE CUCKOO’S GIFT STARTED OUT SLOWLY BUT ANNE STEINBERG WEAVES A WONDERFUL TALE OF LOVE AND LOSS, FORGIVENESS, ROMANCE AND FINDING HAPPINESS.  THE END IS GRIPPING WHERE THINGS BEGIN TO FALL INTO PLACE FOR CAROLINE SPENCER AND YOU LEARN THE MEANING OF THE BOOK’S TITLE.  ENJOY THIS STORY AS IT DEVELOPS INTO SOMETHING SPECIAL!

PUBLISHER’S EXCERPT:

When Caroline Spencer returns to the Florida island of Sanibel, she comes face to face with her past. Her last visit here was twelve years ago when, through whispering mangroves, past flocks of exotic birds, skirting bobcat trails and precious mounds of turtle eggs, four children played in this earthly paradise – as explorers, naturalists, boat-builders… and eventually, as lovers.

Over the intervening years, Carrie has tried to forget those summer idylls and the children who were her friends – Phoebe, who believed herself to be a mermaid, her aloof older brother Bradley, and Tristan, son of the Native American wisewoman, Tanta. Now two of them are dead and gone. In the cemetery, however, there is only one grave; in Tanta’s backyard, a mourning cradle hangs, stuffed with black raven feathers; and over at Bud’s Landing lives a small boy who has mysteriously been struck dumb. Legend says that pirates buried treasure on a sister island, but here on Sanibel, where a great storm is gathering, Carries is about to unearth some treasure of her own.

“A haunting, powerful… novel.” – Publishing News
“An extraordinary tale of resilience… dream-like prose.” – Bookcase

 

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