Seagrass Pier

  • by Colleen Coble
  • Narrated by Devon O'Day
  • 9 hrs and 26 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In a secluded corner of Hope Beach, one woman must decipher a stranger’s memories...before they cost her everything. Elin Summerall was one of the lucky ones. Not only did she get a heart transplant, but the donor was a perfect fit. A miraculously perfect fit. But when Elin begins having violent flashbacks - and vivid dreams of being strangled - she realizes that she has been the recipient of more than just a new heart. Elin is remembering her donor's murder. Her strange affliction has attracted some unwanted attention: from the press, from the authorities - and from the killer himself.
Now, living alone with her young daughter and aging mother, Elin is being stalked - by a man she's only met in her nightmares. The police are dubious of her story, but one off-duty FBI agent is eager to help her: Agent Marc Everton, the father of Elin's daughter. Of course, he doesn't know about that. Yet. Now, in a remote cottage on Hope Island, Elin and Marc must probe the secrets buried in her borrowed heart. And there's no time to waste. One man is desperate to silence her - before she remembers too much.


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Customer Reviews

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Always a winner with Colleen Coble!

I have loved all of Colleen Coble's books, and this is no exception. She develops her characters and stories very well. This story about a heart transplant recipient is different than anything I have read by her. My only criticism is I wish she had done more explanation of cell memory, But, that does not take away from the book. I highly recommend it!
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- Andrew


Intrigue, good outcome, unpredictable, good character development, good morals and yet true to life. What a refreshing change to read this author after reading so many books that I have had to return due to foul language or steamy sex scenes.
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- Les Raymond

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-01-2014
  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson