Men and Dogs

Men and Dogs

A Novel

Book - 2010
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Baker & Taylor
After the failure of both her marriage and her business, Hannah Legare heads home to Charleston, where she is compelled to try to solve the mystery behind her father's disappearance when she was a child.

Hachette Book Group
When Hannah Legare was 11, her father went on a fishing trip in the Charleston harbor and never came back. And while most of the town and her family accepted Buzz's disappearance, Hannah remained steadfastly convinced of his imminent return.

Twenty years later Hannah's new life in San Francisco is unraveling. Her marriage is on the rocks, her business is bankrupt. After a disastrous attempt to win back her husband, she ends up back at her mother's home to "rest up", where she is once again sucked into the mystery of her missing father. Suspecting that those closest are keeping secrets--including Palmer, her emotionally closed, well-mannered brother and Warren, the beautiful boyfriend she left behind--Hannah sets out on an uproarious, dangerous quest that will test the whole family's concepts of loyalty and faith.

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& Taylor

After the loss of her business and her husband sets her adrift, Hannah Legare is compelled to try to solve the mystery behind her father's disappearance when she was 11, an endeavor that hinges on her ability to unlock secrets long held by her brother and ex-boyfriend. By the best-selling author of Girls in Trucks.
In the spring of 1985, Hannah's father disappeared, and was presumed drowned. Now she has returned to Charleston, and encounters rivals and ghosts from her past, as she sets out to discover what really happened to her father so long ago.

Publisher: New York : Little, Brown and Co., 2010
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780316002134
0316002135
Characteristics: 279 p. ; 22 cm

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lizcobbe
Jan 19, 2016

A premise with potential, but I found the main character difficult to enjoy.

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miranda57
Sep 21, 2010

Fellow South Carolinian provides a nice dose of Southern fiction.

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