STILL LIFE WITH BREAD CRUMBS by Anna Quindlen

STILL LIFE WITH BREAD CRUMBS by Anna Quindlen, (2014). This story is moving right along! It’s about an older divorced lady photographer. She’s about 60 years old and she can’t afford to live in New York City anymore since she is not as popular as she once was as a young photographer. Rebecca Winter is a Jewish woman who was forced to rent out her New York apartment for income while she lives out in the New York countryside. Once there she meets up with Jim Bates a roofer who’s simple honesty and view on life in general is very appealing to Rebecca. He happens to be younger than her, I’m not sure how much. This is proving to be an interesting yet uncomplicated story.

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