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Cranberry Queen by Kathleen De Marco
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Cranberry Queen (edition 2002)

by Kathleen De Marco (Author)

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Diana Moore, a thirty-something professional in New York City, is brooding over rumors about her ex-lovers beautiful new girlfriend, when the unimaginable happens: a terrible car accident in which her entire family is killed. Seeking refuge from her well-meaning friends, Diana heads out of the city and ends up in the Pine Barrens, an oasis of simple living in New Jersey where cranberry bogs abound. There, in a place where no one knows her history, Diana is free to take a hard look at her life and to begin to explore avenues of change and renewal.… (more)
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Title:Cranberry Queen
Authors:Kathleen De Marco (Author)
Info:Miramax (2002), Edition: Reprint, 272 pages
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I loved this book. It is a story of hope and renewal when things are their darkest. ( )
  plettie2 | Jul 3, 2009 |
Chick-lit és mégsem az. Hümm. ( )
  Amadea | Apr 26, 2008 |
30-something seeks refuge from bad breakup in NJ cranberry bog

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  aletheia21 | Feb 9, 2007 |
I expected more out of this. I don't know what it was, but I didn't find find it in the book. Some moments were truly heartbreaking, but for the most part I couldn't wait to finish it. I can't quite put my finger on what it was that made me not like it as much as I hoped. ( )
  moonriver | Nov 26, 2006 |
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Diana Moore, a thirty-something professional in New York City, is brooding over rumors about her ex-lovers beautiful new girlfriend, when the unimaginable happens: a terrible car accident in which her entire family is killed. Seeking refuge from her well-meaning friends, Diana heads out of the city and ends up in the Pine Barrens, an oasis of simple living in New Jersey where cranberry bogs abound. There, in a place where no one knows her history, Diana is free to take a hard look at her life and to begin to explore avenues of change and renewal.

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