by Linda McNutt
When Sarah’s parents decide to spend a weekend at her grandmother’s cottage on Northumberland Strait in New Brunswick, Sarah reluctantly tags along. She has no idea that the people she meets and the nature she absorbs this weekend will change the rest of her life. It is only years later, on a return visit with a new lover, that she realizes the power of place. Summer Point is a compelling tale of memory, childhood and home.
Publication Date: November 1, 2002
Format: Trade Paperback
Size: 5.48" x 8.47"
FIC019000 FICTION / Literary
FIC066000 FICTION / Small Town & Rural
“A great deal of this novel’s charm is the way it evokes familiar people and places … for those of us who recognize Sarah’s family cottage, McNutt’s debut makes a cozy summer read.”
— Quill & Quire