Still Life With Bread Crumbs

Literary Romantic Comedy

Still Life with Bread Crumbs by Anna Quindlen

Photographer Rebecca Winter is known for her photos that focus on the details of women's lives. But at 60 years old, Rebecca's life is on the decline. With her marriage and career failing, she flees New York City to regroup and rents a cabin in the country. Here she discovers life and love beyond the camera lens. Anna Quindlen delivers a poignant story of new life discoveries with grace and charming wit.

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