Wash Ashore

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Product Details
Price
$19.99  $18.59
Publisher
Sea Crow Press
Publish Date
Pages
184
Dimensions
5.5 X 8.5 X 0.42 inches | 0.53 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781735814070

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About the Author
Mary Petiet is a writer, poet, and publisher from Cape Cod where her work is deeply influenced by the Cape's nature and inspirational energy. Her work emphasizes our connection to each other and the natural world with a focus on positive empowerment. Mary has contributed to many books and journals and is the author of several titles. She is the founder of Massachusetts-based independent publishing company Sea Crow Press.
Reviews

'A surprise inheritance, a deadly hurricane, an ancient landscape under threat, these are the contributing elements that make "Wash Ashore: A Tale of Cape Cod" by Mary Petiet a simply riveting read from first page to last. Especially and unreservedly recommended for community library New England themed literary fiction collections.' -Midwest Book Review


"Be prepared to read all night." -Rick Cochran, author of the Bound Brook and Wellfleet Tales series


"Filled with characters you wish were your neighbors, with just the right amount of spirits and magic to have you wondering what might be hovering unseen by all except the cats. Wash Ashore is a soothing balm. Reading this novel may result in a craving for clam chowder and a vacation on Cape Cod." -C.L. Fornari, author of Coffee for Roses


"In Wash Ashore, Mary Petiet deftly weaves the history of a fictional Cape Cod village with the modern problems of overdevelopment and climate change. Enveloped by the authentic atmosphere, the reader cheers for the engaging characters as they struggle to save pristine land and precious relationships from the forces of greed and spite. I loved this book!" -Mary E. McDermott, author of Old Orleans: Memories of a Cape Cod Town