Cape Light

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Berkley Books, 2002 - Fiction - 359 pages
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Thomas Kincade, also known as the "Painter of Light", is a true American phenomenon. Beloved by millions for his paintings, Thomas Kincade is often asked by his fans what kind of people inhabited his landscapes. Cape Light is the answer.

Thomas Kincade has become a modern-day Norman Rockwell, painting, in his words, "scenes that serve as places of refuge for battle-weary people." In this novel, he invites readers to enter a similar place of refuge: Cape Light. Nestled in Coastal New England, this picturesque little village is a seaside hamlet where folks still enjoy a strong sense of community, and everybody cares about their neighbors. they are friends and neighbors, doers and dreamers. They are the people who laugh and love and build their lives together in the town of Cape Light--and their story will capture readers' hearts forever.

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User Review  - Linda -

This series keeps you captivated. I couldn't put the book down. I went without sleep to finish it. I couldn't wait to start the next one. T characters seem so real, I really like the Christian theme. Read full review

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User Review  - Gail Jorgensen - Goodreads

after reading 7 of the cape light books I got the begining ones I enjoyed meeting all the people I had already read about love the small town feeling. Read full review


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Thomas Kincade is America's most collected living artist, a painter-communicator whose tranquil, light infused paintings bring hope and joy to millions each year. Each painting Thomas Kincade creates is a quiet messenger in the home, affirming the basic values of family, faith in God, and the luminous beauty of nature.

Katherine Spencer is a former book editor who has authored numerous novels.

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