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Jetta Carleton (1913-1999) moved from Holden, Missouri, to New York City to work as a television copywriter for national advertising agencies. Her widely beloved New York Times bestseller The Moonflower Vine was, until now, her only published novel.
Beautiful writing; wretched character development; predictable story line. Nice book to give to someone recuperating from surgery.Published 4 days ago by Patty Lee
This book, seemingly simple, is actually extremely complex. The characters are so very well developed that I felt as if I were part of each one. Read morePublished 1 month ago by elaine whinston
Good Story well written. Gave a glimpse into times past but human nature still the same.Published 2 months ago by William Winters
I loved this book. No one's life is what it appears on the surface and we all make mistakes. Sometimes you can redeem yourself and sometimes not. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kathryn Schneider
I really enjoyed this novel for the very richly developed characters. I was sad when it ended and could have followed them further . Read morePublished 4 months ago by P. shiman
Wonderful classic book, just didn't care for the story itself much. The way it was set up to change perspective per character each chapter was great and I can appreciate Carleton's... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Adrienne D. Cruser