Hawaii -- fiction

Bamboo and Lace

By Lori Wick

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Lily is excited to be visiting her brother Jeff in Hawaii. Raised in a remote Asian village by a stern father, Lily has never seen such things as she sees in America. When she falls in love with Jeff’s friend Gabe, she realizes that she has a difficult choice to make. Will she choose love or family?

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The Flaming Luau of Death

By Jerrilyn Farmer

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When Madeline Bean throws the hippest bachelorette luau ever--with a suspiciously laid-back beach boy, a murderer in their midst, and a freaking volcano eruption--it looks like anything but happily ever after.

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A Walk Through the Fire

By Marcia Muller

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"Sharon McCone, weary of San Francisco's persistent rainy weather, jumps at the chance to investigate sabotage on the set of a documentary film being shot on the island of Kauai. Based on the writings of Hawaiian scholar Elson Wellbright, the film has incited major controversy among some of Wellbright's family members who aren't anxious to see the project reach completion. Vandalism quickly escalates into big-time violence, and McCone discovers a world of family secrets, drug dealing, political insurgency, and murder... ."

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Hawaii

By James Michener

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"...James Michener, introduced an entire generation of readers to a lush, exotic world in the Pacific with this classic novel. But it is also a novel about people, people of strength and character; the Polynesians; the fragile missionaries; the Chinese, Japanese, and Filipinos who intermarried into a beautiful race called Hawaiians. Here is the story of their relationships, toils, and successes, their strong aristocratic kings and queens and struggling farmers, all of it enchanting and very real in this almost mythical place."
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A Gambler's Rose: A Novel

By G.W. Hawkes

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G.W. Hawkes' third novel is the suspenseful and engaging story of a family of card sharps working Hawaii in 1971. Playing cards for a living has obvious risks, and trying to cheat even more, but combined with family history and a new need for a different life, the combination proves combustible. Part adventure, part love story, Gambler's Rose is a crisp, taut read about love, high stakes, and what risks we're willing to assume

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