"Wentworth-By-The-Sea, 1969 - A Novel" is a time capsule about life in the Main Dining Room of one of the last of the grand resort hotels. The semi-historic tale is set on the seacoast of New Hampshire from the perspective of a waitress working her way through college. The novel includes detailed descriptions of the inner workings of the dining room and kitchen but also includes local legends, a fascinating cast of characters, both staff and guests, and comments on the times. 1969 was the year the first man walked on the moon; the year Teddy Kennedy's car plunged off the bridge at Chappaquidick; the year Prince Charles was appointed Duke of Wales and was feted at Wentworth-By-The-Sea in a Grand Ball; and the year of Woodstock. It was also the end of an era for the elite resort life that Wentworth-By-The-Sea represented. This is a tale of what it was like to stand among the ranks of the pink uniformed waitresses.