Cambio Bay

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St. Martin's Press, 1990 - Fiction - 294 pages
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Winner of the prestigious Nebula and Hugo Awards for science fiction/fantasy, Wilhelm's latest novel draws on the myth and legend of the western American Indian in describing Cambio Bay: a place of changes. The young Iris and her special daughter Bonnie flee to Cambio Bay, where their lives are changed forever at Miss Luisa's Guest House.

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A young woman and her gifted child find refuge from pursuing killers in Miss Luisa's Guest House, beginning a series of events that gradually reveal the other-worldly nature of the house, its ... Read full review

About the author (1990)

Author Kate Wilhelm was born in Toledo, Ohio on June 8, 1928. Since publishing her first novel in 1963, she has written over thirty books in many genres including science fiction, mystery, and fantasy. She and her husband, Damon Knight, taught many authors and helped establish the Clarion Writer's Workshop and the Milford Writer's Conference. She currently lives in Eugene, Oregon.

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