PICTURES OF YOU Tragedy leads to complicated love as a widower and the woman who accidentally killed his wife are united by a grieving child looking for an angel. Compassion and a delicate narrative voice lift Leavitt (Girls in Trouble, 2003, etc.) over many if not all the hurdles of sentimentality in this heartstring-tugger, set in Cape Cod, that's shaped by loss and yearning. Photographer Isabelle Stein
Review: Pictures of You Two women fleeing their marriages collide on a fogshrouded Connecticut road. A nineyearold boy, his father, and the woman who killed their mother and wife are left behind to deal with the repercussions of a tragedy that spread outward like ripples on a pond. That premise teems with possibilities that Caroline Leavitt explores with deftness and consummate sensitivity in this, her ninth novel ...
Good love story with not so good ending I was very disappointed in the ending. The story was very touching! :)
LibraryThing Review While driving down a single lane highway, escaping her own failed marriage, Isabelle suddenly comes upon a car stopped in her lane with a woman getting out. Driving through heavy fog it is impossible
LibraryThing Review Isabelle and April, both distraught and driving away from their marriages, collide in the fog. April dies, and Isabelle is left with guilt, even though she is told the accident was not her fault. She
LibraryThing Review I liked this book primarily because it dealt with some atypical subject matter. Two women collide in the fog while seemingly trying to "escape" a relationship with their significant other. One woman