Cambio Bay

St. Martin's Press

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The Spaniards called it La Bahia de los Cambios: Cambio Bay—a place of changes. A quiet spot in the shadow of the Sierra Madre, rich in mystic heritage and Indian legend. When a fierce mudslide washes out the California freeway, an odd assortment of travelers find haven in Cambio Bay, at the mysterious Miss Luisa's Guest House. 

For Carolyn Engleman, a troubled real estate saleswoman, a stay at the Guest House is a welcomed chance to appraise her life. For staid Harold Ritchie, a college professor on sabbatical, Miss Luisa's is the perfect spot to write his book on mythology. For Boise Wilkes it is a place to take a stand against the past he wants to escape. And for young mother Iris Lathan, it is a refuge from the drug entrepreneurs pursuing her daughter Bonnie, a very special five-year-old who has never spoken a word. 

For Miss Luisa, the beautiful proprietress of the Guest House, Cambio Bay is also a very special place, where the sky and earth meet, where truth and fiction blend, where powers area and come to be. For a time of changes is upon them all, and Cambio Bay is a place of changes—and of power. 


Condition: Pre-loved book. Minor yellowing of pages. Otherwise in good condition.

Format: Hardcover
Year published: 1990

Pages: 294
Imprint: St. Martin's Press

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