The House That Ate the Hamptons
A Novel of Lily Pond LaneBook - 1999
As another glorious season begins in the Hamptons, two perils menace the gracious old resort's elegant ambiance and its cast of rich and famous. The first threat comes in the form of Congressman Buzzy Portofino, a politician who bares a striking resemblance to New York City's fair mayor, Rudy Guiliani. The second is the ongoing construction of a private home so enormous, that alarmed locals and the press are calling it The House that Ate the Hamptons. Can anything be done'? Beecher Stowe and his stunning sometime love Lady Alix will do everything they can to get to the bottom of it all -- rubbing a few elbows along the way, and always making time for a nice glass of DP.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 1999
Edition: 1st ed
Branch Call Number: MYS BRA
Characteristics: 247 p. ; 25 cm