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Sleepless in Stringybark Bay [electronic resource]

Duncan, Susan2023
When five couples pool their resources to live in a house located where a turquoise lagoon meets the sea, the quirky little offshore community of Cook's Basin is shocked. How will ten people - one in a wheelchair and one with a hauntingly familiar face - survive where the only way in or out is by boat?When a member of the household is found floating face down in the bay, the police insist the death was accidental but the bizarre circumstances have locals scratching their heads.Former journalist turned café owner Kate Jackson is curious to discover why a group of retirees in their late seventies would choose such an isolated location. Then a throw-away line in an old magazine story leads to shocking revelations.Wrapped in the colourful culture of a boat-access-only community, Sleepless in Stringybark Bay celebrates having a go at any age, revels in the magic of the bush and explores the fragility of relationships, old and young.'I loved everything about Stringybark Bay, from the vibrant community of characters to the idyllic setting. I didn't want to leave! What a charming and irresistible novel.' - Joanna Nell, bestselling author of The Tea Ladies of St Jude's Hospital
[Place of publication not identified] : Allen & Unwin, 2023
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