Till the End of Time: A Love Story

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Onyx, 1999 - Fiction - 426 pages
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Gene Logsdon has found an imaginative way to introduce gardeners to a more total enjoyment of nature--fauna as well as flora. From suburb to countryside, every gardener knows that there are many pests who delight in one's precious creations--rabbits devour petunias, raccoons eat the almost ripe sweet corn, deer browse the morning glories, crows pull up young corn sprouts. How can gardeners and wildlife live together in harmony. Gene knows.

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Although different from my usual reads, this book was okay. A story about a man and woman who are looking for a second chance at love find it within the revocations of an old house made into new. This ... Read full review

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Recovering from an ugly divorce, New Yorker Leonie Corinth moves upstate--right into the arms of the architect who's helping restore her new home. Read full review


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Judith Gould is the New York Times bestselling author of The Best Is Yet to Come, A Moment in Time, Time to Say Good-bye, Rhapsody, Till the End of Time, Second Love, and Too Damn Rich, among other titles. She lives in the historic Hudson River Valley and New York City.

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