whiskey beach


Whiskey Beach, Cape Henlopen State Park, Delaware.     WWII  Army shore battery observation towers on the beach.      These are all up and down the Delaware Coast, spotting submarines that were waiting for the munition ships leaving DuPont though Delaware Bay to the Atlantic Ocean.   They relayed the information to the large shore batteries at Fort Miles.   This beach was certainly much better duty than Omaha or Utah Beaches in Normandy.

Book by Book Whiskey Beach

Whiskey Beach by Nora Roberts


I’ve always loved anything Nora Roberts does, Whiskey Beach was not a disappointment her characters are always witty and entertaining and as always I can’t wait for more


“He spread some of the butter she’d scooped into a little dish over the stack, watched it melt as he added syrup. It felt a little Lord of the Manor—but really tasty.”


Eat an apple, and don’t forget to hydrate after your walk…” “What are you, my mother? Maybe I don’t want an apple”…He started out, cursed, circled back and grabbed an apple out of the bamboo bowl because, damn it, now he wanted one.”


“’These make my legs look like tree stumps.’

‘They do not. I’d never let you wear pants that made your legs look like tree stumps. You’re insulting my code of friendship.’"