Jellyfish Can't Read

Jellyfish Can't Read

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Jelly Fish Can't ReadThe Seville Estate has been setting vacant for decades. So everyone thought until an odd old man is discovered living in the basement. The Estate has a troubling past and was scheduled to be torn down until the twins father, ( Wallace ) purchased the Estate. He is counting on Brad and Quentin to help him convert the old estate into apartments. Wallace is counting on the income to pay for the twins college educations. Suddenly their futures could be at risk. Do they reveal to their father the unthinkable things they are discovering as they tear the old estate apart piece by piece? Or do they remain silent assuring their escape from the drab mill town of Benton. It seems no one in town is untouched by the troubled past of the estate. The Hartleys and their precocious, artistically talented daughter Marilyn among them. The Hartleys and Wexleys have been friends for decades. Quentin and Marilyn have become more than just friends the summer before leaving for college which only complicates the situation further. As events continue to unfold, the State intervenes issuing a stop order on construction. The Wexleys are faced with financial disaster. Alivia Wexley saves the day by relying on talents learned as a child in her spinster Aunts hat shop in rural Ohio. Just when she thinks her business is about to turn the corner, Alivia is blind sided by a fast talking out of town couple.When it appears the door is about to close for the final time, a larger than life gay Internationally known New York designer walks into Alivia's shop. Benton's upper crust cant get enough of he and Alivias extraordinary talented designs. The lives of the Wexleys, particularly Wallace Wexley will never be the same. The financial future of the Wexleys may have been saved but not the town of Benton. The discoveries the twins are making have become so sinister as to threaten the reputation of the entire town and its top officials. The book is a brilliantly observant novel written in a classic style sure to leave the reader searching for more of the authors work.
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  • Paperback | 328 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 18.8mm
  • English
  • 1514221799
  • 9781514221792