By Diane Chamberlain
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Early at the morning of her 11th birthday, at the seashore beside her North Carolina domestic, Daria Cato gets an incredible present from the sea--an deserted child child. while the infant's identification can't be exposed, she is followed by way of Daria's loving family members. yet her silent secrets and techniques proceed to hang-out Daria.
Now, 20 years later, Shelly has grown into an strange, airy younger lady whom Daria keeps to guard. but if Rory Taylor, a chum from Daria's early life and now a tv manufacturer, returns at Shelly's request to do a narrative concerning the conditions surrounding her beginning, anything precarious shifts within the small city of Kill satan Hills.
The extra questions Rory asks, the extra unsettled the tiny group turns into, as heavily guarded secrets and techniques and the sins of that long-ago summer season start to floor. Piece by means of piece, the secret of summer's baby is being uncovered, a secret that nobody involved--not Shelly, Daria, no longer even Rory--is ready to stand.
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