By The Sea, Book Four: The Heirs

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BY THE SEA is a four-book series that sweeps from the Gilded Age through the Roaring Twenties and then to the Great Depression, culminating a century later in Newport, RI, wealthy and alluring "City by the Sea."

THE HEIRS is the dramatic conclusion to the four-book series BY THE SEA as the descendants of Tess, Amanda and Laura play out their destinies, their paths crossing in unforeseen ways. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781310380730
About Antoinette Stockenberg

USA Today bestselling novelist Antoinette Stockenberg grew up wanting be a cowgirl and have her own horse (her great-grandfather bred horses for the carriage trade back in the old country), but the geography just didn't work out: there weren't many ranches in Chicago. Her other, more doable dream was to write books, and after stints as secretary, programmer, teacher, grad student, boatyard hand, office manager and magazine writer (in that order), she achieved that goal, writing over a dozen novels, several of them with paranormal elements. One of them is the RITA award-winning EMILY'S GHOST.

Stockenberg's books have been published in eleven languages and are often set in quaint New England harbor towns, always with a dose of humor. She writes about complex family relationships and the fallout that old, unearthed secrets can have on them. Sometimes there's an old murder. Sometimes there's an old ghost. Sometimes once-lovers find one another after half a lifetime apart.

Her work has been compared to writers as diverse as LaVyrle Spencer, Nora Roberts, and Mary Stewart by critics and authors alike, and her novels have appeared on bestseller lists in USA Today as well as the national bookstore chains. Her website features sample chapters, numerous reviews, and many photos. www.antoinettestockenberg.com

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