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Cassie Andrews has come to Brunswick County to build the controversial high-rise bridge to the idyllic barrier island of Sunset Beach. She gets more than she bargained for when she stumbles onto a murder and meets Michael Troy, the cop who will light a passion in her that she doesn’t know she has. As she struggles to prove herself and fit into the community, Michael tries to solve the murder of one of the island’s most disdained citizens. Had he hated the idea of the new bridge so much that it had cost him his life? Just who has he upset this time? Michael wanted a southern bride, a gently-bred woman of the south. So why was this little imp, who liked to play in the dirt with her Tonka toys, turning him inside out?
$9.95 – $79.95
Giclée Print by nationally renowned local nature photographer and artist, Ken Buckner. “I explore beauty with my camera. The photos show the journey” – Ken Buckner
All photos have titles in the white margins and Ken’s signature is printed in the image digitally. A light gray mat is also printed around the white area.
All photos are signed and titled digitally and reproduced as high quality Giclées. A grey mat is printed around the image . All prints fit standard frames.
Pricing is by frame size:
$14.99Centered on a real landmark on the coast of North Carolina (Bird Island/Sunset Beach NC), The Mailbox blends intriguing folklore and true faith with raw contemporary issues that affect every woman.When Lindsey Adams first visits the Kindred Spirit mailbox at Sunset Beach, she has no idea that twenty years later she will still be visiting the mailbox—still pouring out her heart in letters that summarize the best and worst parts of her life.Returning to Sunset for her first vacation since her husband left her, Lindsey struggles to put her sorrow into words. Memories surface of her first love, Campbell—and the rejection that followed. When Campbell reappears in her life, Lindsey must decide whether to trust in love again or guard herself from greater pain. The Mailbox is a rich novel about loss, hope, and the beauty of second chances.