Novelist Sara Ware Bassett made a name for herself as one of the foremost chroniclers of life in small-town New England. In this charming novel, rugged newcomer Stanley Heath falls in love with beautiful widow Marcia Howe -- but a mysterious cache of jewels may prove to be the undoing of their budding romance.
Author Sara Ware Bassett achieved acclaim for her novels and stories focused on small-town life in New England. The Wall Between, set in Princeton, where the author frequently summered, tells the tale an age-old feud between two long-established families in the area.
Eccentric inventor Willie Spence has a unique outlook on life and marches to the beat of his own drum. His small cottage on Cape Cod is a tangled labyrinth of half-finished gadgets and gizmos. But when a visitor to the area takes an interest in a local girl, Willie plays a role in fanning the flames of this budding romance.