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Debbie Macomber returns to Cedar Cove, Washington, for the fifth installment in her bestselling series, following 44 Cranberry Point and 311 Pelican Court. Told by Corrie McAfee, this one is sparked by a series of mysterious, unsettling anonymous postcards delivered to 50 Harbor Street, home of Corrie and her P.I. husband, Roy. In addition to answering the question posed by the postcards ("Is there anything you've done you wish you could do over?"), Macomber picks up the story lines and characters from previous books, including Olivia and Jack Griffin, Justine and Seth Gundersen, and the return of the McAfee daughter, Linnette.
Readers love Macomber's insights into the daily challenges of ordinary women -- from stubborn husbands to difficult pregnancies and impulsive children. Her honest portrayals of love at different ages and stages is equally warming, whether it's the teenage crush Allison Cox has on Anson Butler, or the on-again, off-again romance between two seniors, Grace Sherman and Cliff Harding. For new readers, a cast of characters at the front of the book will provide a quick introduction to the residents of Cedar Cove. Ginger Curwen