Pictures of You

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Algonquin Books, Jan 25, 2011 - Fiction - 336 pages
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Two women running away from their marriages collide on a foggy highway, killing one of them. The survivor, Isabelle, is left to pick up the pieces, not only of her own life, but of the lives of the devastated husband and fragile son that the other woman, April, has left behind. Together, they try to solve the mystery of where April was running to, and why. As these three lives intersect, the book asks, How well do we really know those we love—and how do we forgive the unforgivable?
 

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User Review  - EvelynBernard - LibraryThing

Charlie, April and Sam; Luke and Isabelle - two families who never met - but on one fateful day both families are changed forever. For on this day, both April and Isabelle decide to end their ... Read full review

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User Review  - RobinGregoryAuthor - LibraryThing

Grief may be the messiest of all human emotions. We all grieve differently. Pictures of You is an exploration of grief, of how three survivors - a woman driver, a child passenger and his widowered ... Read full review

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Contents

ONE
1
TWO
12
THREE
26
FOUR
40
FIVE
56
SIX
82
SEVEN
101
EIGHT
120
FIFTEEN
221
SIXTEEN
228
SEVENTEEN
244
EIGHTEEN
252
NINETEEN
263
TWENTY
273
TWENTYONE
295
TWENTYTWO
305

NINE
131
TEN
141
ELEVEN
166
TWELVE
188
THIRTEEN
199
FOURTEEN
205
Acknowledgments
325
The Writer as Reviewer
329
Questions for Discussion
333
Other Algonquin Readers Round Table Novels
339
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Caroline Leavitt is the award-winning author of eleven novels, including the New York Times bestsellers Pictures of You and Is This Tomorrow. Her essays and stories have been included in New York magazine, Psychology Today, More, Parenting, Redbook, and Salon. She’s a book critic for People, the Boston Globe, and the San Francisco Chronicle, and she teaches writing online at Stanford and UCLA.

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