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    One for the keeper Shelf!

    Beatriz Williams has amazed me with each and every offering and her latest literary masterpiece, Along The Infinite Sea; a powerful mix of suspense, ill-fated love and drama is no exception. She seamlessly sweeps between the swinging 60s and pre WWII 30s Europe trapping readers in her intricate web of fiction dotted with facts. Her backdrops are ostentatious and seductive, her characters unforgettably detailed and fans will recognize some of the character cameos. Her persuasive, time appropriate narrative eloquently delivers her breathtaking epic tale. The chutzpah of both her women stars plus the strong message of doing the right thing help set this apart. Along The Infinite Sea, is yet another for the keeper shelf. 1966 Florida and unmarried, pregnant Pepper Schuyler is hoping the funds from the sale of this vintage 1936 Mercedes Roadster she helped to restore will finance her much needed new start. Jaded because of the mess her life is in she didn’t think it was possible for anything to surprise her, until she meets the petite woman who’s buying the car. Annabelle knows this particular automobile but hasn’t seen it since she abandoned it on Cape Cod in 1938 soon after returning to the US from the horror that had become Europe. The car is an important reminder of her past, her mistakes and her successes; it’s what she made her escape from Nazi Germany in. She’s surprised to find it in the hands of this unexpected young woman, a woman who seems to be in need of help. Luckily Annabelle is feeling especially benevolent right now.
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    Along the infinite sea.

    I loved the book. I like stories that take place during the second world war. This story too place during that time as will in modern times.
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    Along the Infinite Sea

    A wonderful adventure that keeps you guessing. Great summer read and could not put it down. Highly recommended.
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