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Long Beach Short Stories: Possibly Untrue Tales from the Pacific Northwest

Added on September 10, 2019 inBeach Shorts

Fact and fiction collide and merge in fourteen short stories set on the spectacular and historic Long Beach Peninsula in the southwest corner of Washington State. Quirky and engaging characters of all ages live out their particular slice of life in settings that include cranberries, blackberries, blueberries, light houses, razor clams, oysters, metal detectors, Scotch

Fact and fiction collide and merge in fourteen short stories set on the spectacular and historic Long Beach Peninsula in the southwest corner of Washington State. Quirky and engaging characters of all ages live out their particular slice of life in settings that include cranberries, blackberries, blueberries, light houses, razor clams, oysters, metal detectors, Scotch Broom, salmon fishing, the Columbia River, endangered butterflies, the Clamshell Railroad, bears, bank robbery, murder, and love. The stories feature humor, mystery, romance, and a nod toward the more positive side of human nature. This a book for people who prefer stories that have happy endings.

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