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One summer

When Jack Canfield is told he has a terminal illness and that he has weeks to live, his first concern is for his beloved wife Lizzie, and children: baby Jack, twelve-year-old would-be actor Cory and rebellious teenager Mikki. On Christmas Eve, when Lizzie comes home, Jack is devastated to see his neighbour, Bill Miller, kiss Lizzie on their driveway. Jack confronts her, she tries to explain he's got it all wrong, and distraught, she leaves the house into an ice storm, and a fatal collision with a truck. Overwhelmed with grief, and with his illness worsening, Jack is taken into a hospital. The children move to the West Coast to live with various members of the family. But then a miracle happens. Jack begins to recover, and day by day he starts to heal. Confounding the doctors, Jack leaves the hospital without any evidence of the illness.

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Barcode Shelf Location Collection Volume Ref. Branch Status Due Date Res.
32320004056028 Audio MP3 Adult
Audio book Compact Disc   East Maitland library . . On Loan . 26 Nov 2019
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Field name Details
ISBN 9781509803811
Classification Number Audio MP3 Adult
Author Baldacci, David
Title One summer [AUD]
Edition MP3 edition ; Unabridged.
Physical Description digital, stereo ;
Series Audio Book MP3
Adult
Performer Read by Ron McLarty.
When Jack Canfield is told he has a terminal illness and that he has weeks to live, his first concern is for his beloved wife Lizzie, and children: baby Jack, twelve-year-old would-be actor Cory and rebellious teenager Mikki. On Christmas Eve, when Lizzie comes home, Jack is devastated to see his neighbour, Bill Miller, kiss Lizzie on their driveway. Jack confronts her, she tries to explain he's got it all wrong, and distraught, she leaves the house into an ice storm, and a fatal collision with a truck. Overwhelmed with grief, and with his illness worsening, Jack is taken into a hospital. The children move to the West Coast to live with various members of the family. But then a miracle happens. Jack begins to recover, and day by day he starts to heal. Confounding the doctors, Jack leaves the hospital without any evidence of the illness.
Subject Widowers -- Fiction
Terminally ill -- Fiction
Life change events -- Fiction
Interpersonal relations -- Fiction
South Carolina -- Fiction
Additional Author McLarty, Ron
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