“God help you if you ever get a second chance.” So writes Tad Beckman, a Miami columnist who learns that lesson too well. After falling for a woman fleeing a violent ex-husband involved in a million-dollar fraud, Tad derails the scheme. But that’s just the start of an odyssey that takes him to a remote coastal village where he finally understands his lover’s deceit and her pursuit of justice.
Tallasee Tynan is a photographer, not a detective, and wants nothing to do with a missing-person search. But when an old woman asks her to look for a wayward grandson, Tallasee agrees and recruits her young friend Charley Selkirk to help her put the pieces together. “Blue Hole” is the compelling tale of the summer Charley learned about death, love and the terrible secret that had shaped him.
A boy named Sammy wakes up in an empty bus and finds his mother gone. He sits quietly and waits for her to return. She never does and it’s years before Sammy speaks another word. But the man pretending to be deaf eventually reveals the town’s secrets--and his own. The basis for a popular television movie, “What the Deaf-Mute Heard” is a tale that stays with you long after you’re done reading.