Dolphin Key

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Tom Doherty Associates, Apr 1, 2011 - Fiction - 192 pages
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Dolphins are magical creatures: they comfort the heartbroken, rescue the lost, even heal the sick. At the Hope Key Dolphin Assisted Therapy center in Florida dolphins use their healing powers to help autistic children communicate and to soothe other troubled people. But what if you don't want help? What if you've gone so far down the wrong path that you can't go back?

Katy Grant can't see any way back from the path her life has taken. And she doesn't really care. Working at Hope Key keeps her out of jail. And it just might give her the chance at revenge she wants on the man who ruined her life. And not even the dolphins can do anything about that. Or can they?

In the tradition of Hope Mountain, Dolphin Key is a powerful novel of redemption and second chances, a place where magic exists and miracles happen.



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Contents

Title Page
CHAPTER FOURTEEN CHAPTER FIFTEEN CHAPTER SIXTEEN
CHAPTER TWENTYTWO
CHAPTER TWENTYFIVE
THREE

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JON LAND is the acclaimed author of numerous bestsellers, including Strong Enough to Die, Strong Justice, and The Seven Sins. Land lives in Providence, Rhode Island.

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