Conrad and Rose met as children, fell in love as teenagers, married the moment they had Rose's parents' consent, and defied the warning that young marriages age poorly. On the contrary, their marriage flourished right up to the time of Rose's death more than fifty years after the wedding. So, at seventy-five, Conrad finds himself horribly alone, rejecting offers of consolation, neglecting Rose's garden for the four months since her death. Even so, it's there - in that ragged and overgrown paradise - that an apparation ...

Rose's Garden 1999, Bantam Books, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780553380286

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Rose's Garden 1999, Sound Library

ISBN-13: 9780792722687

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Rose's Garden 1999, Hodder Headline Australia, Sydney

ISBN-13: 9780733611841

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Rose's Garden 1998, Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill

ISBN-13: 9781565121744

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Rose's Garden 1998, Thomas T. Beeler Publisher

ISBN-13: 9781574901412

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