On Location in Hamlin Park with Author, Wally Duff
Red Tree in Hamlin Park
This is a perfect example of the beauty of Hamlin Park where Tina first met all of her friends: Linda Misle, Cas Johnson, and Molly Miller.
Hamlin Park playground
This is where Tina and the other moms play with their kids. Note the wood chips. They play a role in how Tina meets Dr. Hannah Eisenberg.
A bench in Hamlin Park
This is the bench TIna sat on when she first met Hannah Eisenberg
Tina and Carter's home in Lakeview
Just above my head are the front window’s of Tina’s home. She looked out of these windows and noticed that the “for sale” sign on the lawn of the home across the street had been replaced by a “sold sign”, which initiated her interest in the new neighbors.
the new neighbor's home
This is the home Tina saw through her front windows. She wanted to know who the new neighbors were, so she took them freshly-baked cookies and the story began to unfold.
The new neighbor's trash cans
Tina needed to know more about her mysterious neighbors, and what better way to do it than to steal some of their trash?
This branch of the library system faced Tina’s home, which could be seen through those five windows. The FBI placed a camera near the left window so they could spy on Tina.
This is the window where the FBI camera was hidden.
TIna and Kerry eat there all the time. So do her friends. Across the street in the flat iron building is Dinkel’s Bakery.
A view of some of the goodies at the bakery.
I couldn’t pass up the donuts!
This the dining room next to the main room in Dinkel’s. Tina and her friends meet and eat there with their kids. I am eating a healthy sandwich, along with some soup. The donut is already gone.
This is the check-in desk at XSport. The fitness center is another focal point of Tina’s life.