Beach Town

Beach Town
  • Author : Mary Kay Andrews
  • Publsiher : St. Martin's Press
  • Release : 19 May 2015
  • ISBN : 1466872918
  • Pages : 400 pages
  • Rating : 4/5 from 18 ratings
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Summary:
Greer Hennessy is a struggling movie location scout. Her last location shoot ended in disaster when a film crew destroyed property on an avocado grove. And Greer ended up with the blame. Now Greer has been given one more chance—a shot at finding the perfect undiscovered beach town for a big budget movie. She zeroes in on a sleepy Florida panhandle town. There's one motel, a marina, a long stretch of pristine beach and an old fishing pier with a community casino—which will be perfect for the film's climax—when the bad guys blow it up in an all-out assault on the townspeople. Greer slips into town and is ecstatic to find the last unspoilt patch of the Florida gulf coast. She takes a room at the only motel in town, and starts working her charm. However, she finds a formidable obstacle in the town mayor, Eben Thinadeaux. Eben is a born-again environmentalist who's seen huge damage done to the town by a huge paper company. The bay has only recently been re-born, a fishing industry has sprung up, and Eben has no intention of letting anybody screw with his town again. The only problem is that he finds Greer way too attractive for his own good, and knows that her motivation is in direct conflict with his. Will true love find a foothold in this small beach town before it's too late and disaster strikes? Told with Mary Kay Andrews inimitable wit and charm, the New York Times bestseller Beach Town is this year's summer beach read!


Beach Town

Beach Town
  • Author : Mary Kay Andrews
  • Publisher : St. Martin's Press
  • Release : 19 May 2015
GET THIS BOOKBeach Town

Greer Hennessy is a struggling movie location scout. Her last location shoot ended in disaster when a film crew destroyed property on an avocado grove. And Greer ended up with the blame. Now Greer has been given one more chance—a shot at finding the perfect undiscovered beach town for a big budget movie. She zeroes in on a sleepy Florida panhandle town. There's one motel, a marina, a long stretch of pristine beach and an old fishing pier with





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Payment
  • Author : United States. Office of Revenue Sharing
  • Publisher : Anonim
  • Release : 02 March 1974
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This publication lists the payments made to government units as provided under the State and Local Fiscal Assistance Act of 1972 (P.L.92-512).



Winnipeg Beach

Winnipeg Beach
  • Author : Dale Barbour
  • Publisher : Univ. of Manitoba Press
  • Release : 08 June 2012
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During the first half of the twentieth century, Winnipeg Beach proudly marketed itself as the Coney Island of the West. Located just north of Manitoba’s bustling capital, it drew 40,000 visitors a day and served as an important intersection between classes, ethnic communities, and perhaps most importantly, between genders. In Winnipeg Beach, Dale Barbour takes us into the heart of this turn-of-the-century resort area and introduces us to some of the people who worked, played and lived in the resort.





The Night Swim

The Night Swim
  • Author : Megan Goldin
  • Publisher : St. Martin's Press
  • Release : 04 August 2020
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“A blistering plot and crisp writing make The Night Swim an unputdownable read.” –Sarah Pekkanen, bestselling author of The Wife Between Us In The Night Swim, a new thriller from Megan Goldin, author of the “gripping and unforgettable” (Harlan Coben) The Escape Room, a true crime podcast host covering a controversial trial finds herself drawn deep into a small town’s dark past and a brutal crime that took place there years before. Ever since her true-crime podcast became an


Beach Town Tourism

Beach Town Tourism
  • Author : Bryan D. Pelach
  • Publisher : Anonim
  • Release : 02 March 2021
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The beach is often considered spatially homogeneous. Marine tourism, coastal zone management, and urban planning policies frequently envision the beach as a static space without recognition of the socio-culturally dynamic, and spatially complex, relationships created between a beach’s user groups. Utilizing Pacific Beach, California as a case study, the complexity of these spatial relationships is examined and a selection of geophilosophical terms are applied so as to elucidate these dynamics. A literature review of Social-Ecological Systems - emphasizing the