Hello, Summer / Mary Kay Andrews.
- 6 of 22 copies available at Missouri Evergreen. (Show)
- 2 of 3 copies available at Crawford County.
31 current holds with 22 total copies.
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|Crawford County Library-Bourbon||F AND (Text)||33431000534493||New Fiction||Available||-|
|Crawford County Library-Recklein Memorial-Cuba||F AND (Text)||33431000467249||New Fiction||Available||-|
|Crawford County Library-Steelville||F AND (Text)||33431000509990||New Fiction||Checked out||06/04/2020|
- ISBN: 9781250256928
- ISBN: 1250256925
- Physical Description: 472 pages ; 25 cm
- Edition: First U.S. edition.
- Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2020.
"New York Times bestselling author and Queen of the Beach Reads Mary Kay Andrews delivers her next blockbuster, Hello Summer. Conley Hawkins left her family's small town newspaper, The Silver Bay Beacon, in the rear view mirror years ago. Now, after ten years of blood, sweat, and tears, Conley is exactly where she wants to be and is about to take a fancy new position at a New York City newspaper. That is, until she discovers at her own going away party that her new job is suddenly gone, disappearing overnight along with her hopes and dreams of a bright future in a big city. Dread in her heart and a sinking feeling in her gut, Conley ends up in the last place she ever wanted to be: The Beacon, now reluctantly run by her brother Garret whose own dreams of being a lawyer were put on hold with the death of their father. Covering a sleepy beach town with church news and the local funeral home director dictating the day's obituaries to her over the phone isn't exactly every reporter's dream, and to make matters worse, she and her brother see eye to eye on almost nothing. Matters come to a head after Conley witnesses a car accident that ends in the death of a local politician - a beloved war hero with a secret shady history whose death may not be exactly what it seems"-- Provided by publisher.
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