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The Vineyard (Paperback)

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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0671036505
ISBN-13: 9780671036508
Sku: 30751338
Publish Date: 8/1/2001
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 6.75H x 3.25L x 1T
Pages:  528
Age Range:  NA
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On what had begun as just another June day in Manhattan, Susanne Seebring Malloy returned to her Upper East Side brownstone after lunch with friends to find a saffron yellow envelope in the mail. She knew it was from her mother, even without the vineyard logo in the upper left corner or her mother's elegant script in the address. Between the Asquonset, Rhode Island, postmark and the scent of Natalie's trademark freesia, there was no doubt at all. (from the first line)
Natalie Seebring, aging and recently widowed, forms a bond with Olivia Jones, a writer and single mother who has been invited to spend the summer at Seebrings vineyard to help her write her memoirs. Reprint. *Author: Delinsky, Barbara *Publication Date: 2001/07/31 *Number of Pages: 488 *Binding Type: Paperback *Language: English *Depth: 1.00 *Width: 3.25 *Height: 6.75
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Natalie Seebring, aging and recently widowed, forms a bond with Olivia Jones, a writer and single mother who has been invited to spend the summer at Seebring's vineyard to help her write her memoirs. Reprint.
Natalie Seebring, a 78-year-old widow who owns a vineyard, is on the verge of remarriage. Her children are horrified, and she decides she needs to reveal to them the secrets about her life with their father--and to do it in the form of a memoir. She hires Olivia Jones, a professional writer to help her with the project, and when Olivia and her daughter Tess arrive on the scene, and the memoir begins to take shape, both women--and their families, too--learn unexpected truths.
Author Bio
Barbara Delinsky
A native of Newton, Massachusetts, Barbara Delinsky attended Tufts University, where she met her husband, Stephen Delinsky, a lawyer who once served as chief of staff for the attorney general. After earning a master's degree in sociology at Boston University, she began working at the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. She also worked as a reporter and photographer before taking time off to give birth to her son, Eric, the first of her three children. Working closely with the breast cancer advisory committee at Massachusetts General Hospital, Delinsky became committed to its goal of raising awareness of the disease, which took her mother's life at the age of 45 when she was only 8 years old.

Delinsky began her writing career at the age of 35 after reading a newspaper article on female genre writers. Feeling she could successfully join their ranks, Delinsky wrote her first romance, "Hills of Eden", in only three and a half weeks. She continued this torrid pace for the next 18 years, during which she penned 66 novels, many of them bestsellers. She began with a formulaic approach, constructing 10 chapters of 20 pages each, though she has since gone on to expand this structure. Her other interests include hiking, crossword puzzles, reading and, when possible, vacationing with her husband.

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Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0528
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