‘Still Life with Bread Crumbs’: A tasty love story


As a newspaper reporter, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist, novelist and self-help writer, Anna Quindlen has chronicled the lives and yearnings of modern Americans.

Still Life With Bread Crumbs is her seventh novel, a hot cup of tea of a story, smooth and comforting about the vulnerabilities of growing older.

Rebecca Winter is a photographer who moves to a cabin in the country so that she can rent out her Manhattan apartment to save money. Rebecca was married to an undermining, narcissistic professor when she snapped a photo of the detritus of a party he refused to help clean up.

The photo she called “Still Life With Bread Crumbs” – “dirty wineglasses, stacked plates, the torn ends of two baguettes and a dishtowel singed at one corner

Article source: http://www.usatoday.com/story/life/books/2014/01/27/still-life-with-bread-crumbs-anna-quindlen-review/4938339/

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