Journey back to the 1900s with young Emma-Lee as she faces loss, love, and triumph in this two book bundle that includes The Distant Shore and Billowing Sails.
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The Distant Shore
Mysteriously banished to live with demanding Aunt Augusta on Florida's remote, untamed Merritt island of 1904, young Emma-Lee Palmer discovers a dark family secret. Befriended by a kindly sea captain, Emma-Lee and Aunt Augusta discover courage, renewed hope, and the importance of family in this transcendent story of healing and redemption through God's unconditional love.
Emma-Lee Palmer can’t decide whether to throttle her obnoxious cousin Coot or simply ignore the beast as he quickly wears out his welcome during an extended visit to her remote island home. Coot soon becomes the least of her worries as Emma-Lee encounters international intrigue and harrowing adventure on Florida’s untamed Merritt Island in 1905.
Emma-Lee and her hilarious best friend Punkin are sucked into the middle of an island mystery involving a sinister arsonist, German scientist, Seminole Indians, and Alligator Alice, a feisty gator trapper. If you liked Emma-Lee and Punkin’s first adventures in The Distant Shore, you’ll love this new round of fun, mystery, and budding romance.