Azimuth Point by Carroll Kenyon

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To the outside world, Azimuth Point looks like an idyllic enclave for the rich and beautiful, but lying not far beneath the surface is a world of greed, power, unrequited love, unsavory lust, betrayal, and ultimately murder. Azimuth Point elite live apart from those of lesser means, the residents of nearby Azimuth Village and the town of East Meridian. A physical barrier, The Ledge, extends into the sea and is passable only at low tide, underscoring the distance between the two worlds. Their only common bond, and perhaps the only good thing the people of Azimuth Point ever supported, is the East Meridian Hospital. But now, handsome and tyrannical Brax Montgomery, whose career to this point has consisted of living off his wife’s money, is Chairman of the Board of the Hospital. Silver-haired Sadie Brockwell, long-time Azimuth Point resident and board trustee, suspects Brax and his immoral sidekick John Lansdowe have a hidden agenda. The beautiful surgeon Diana Manning has never stopped loving her childhood sweetheart Robb Wells, a successful, married architect. And why did the cute young waitress at the Ebb Tide Inn sneak into Azimuth Point that summer? Longing and fulfillment ebb and flow in time with crashing ocean waves on Azimuth Point.

About Carroll Kenyon

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Carroll Kenyon was born and raised in Rhode Island. Seventh generation on one side (here since they brought the rocks in) and second generation on the other (just off the turnip truck). She lived in Austria for three of her formative years and traveled around Europe in an ancient Volkswagen staying in youth hostels. At the opposite end of the spectrum donning a white gown and white gloves she made her debut at the Philharmonic Ball in Vienna. Landing back in the USA, a real reality bump, she was part owner, photographer, and reporter of a small newspaper. She resides in Rhode Island with her husband and a herd of deer.
Published September 27, 2012 by Azimuth Point. 290 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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