Cameo Lake

Cameo Lake

Book - 2001
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The novels of Susan Wilson are rich with stirring conflict and deeply felt emotion. "An empathetic storyteller" "(Publishers Weekly), she delves into the complexities of the human heart to seek the truest meaning of love.

"Cameo Lake

Putting herself first doesn't come easy to Cleo Grayson McCarthy. A loving wife, doting mother, and dutiful daughter-in-law, she has always done her writing on the side, in hours stolen from her "real" life. Now, desperate for the solitude she needs to finish her latest novel, she convinces her husband that she must spend the summer at her best fiend's rustic cottage at Cameo Lake in New Hampshire, out of reach of cell phones and the demands of family and friends.

Even as she immerses herself in her work, Cleo can't help but be aware of the man who lives across the lake. A reclusive composer, Ben Turner is struggling to come to terms with his wife's accident. An outcast, he is regarded with suspicion by the lake community, even accused by some of harming his wife. But at night, Cleo hears his music drifting across the water, and senses she has found a kindred spirit.

As they meet time and

Publisher: New York : Pocket Books, c2001.
ISBN: 9780743412766
0743412761
Branch Call Number: WILSON S
Characteristics: 271 pages ; 25 cm.

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Oct 17, 2016

read this in Sept

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