A Thousand Country Roads

A Thousand Country Roads

An Epilogue to The Bridges of Madison County

Book - 2003
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Grand Central Pub
In this poignant epilogue to his bestselling "The Bridges of Madison County, " Waller tells the remainder of the story of photographer Robert Kincaid and farmer's wife Francesca Johnson. Hardy Publishing.

Baker & Taylor
The sequel to The Bridges of Madison County reveals the story of what happened to photographer Robert Kincaid when he left Madison County after parting from his farm wife Margaret Johnston. Reprint.

Hachette Book Group
In this poignant epilogue to his bestselling "The Bridges of Madison County, " Waller tells the remainder of the story of photographer Robert Kincaid and farmer's wife Francesca Johnson. Hardy Publishing.

Baker
& Taylor

Lonely, unfulfilled, and consumed with memories of his passionate affair with Francesca Johnson in Madison County, Iowa, ten years earlier, photographer Robert Kincaid takes to the road again to return to the bridge where it all began.

Publisher: New York : Warner Books, 2003, c2002
ISBN: 9780446613064
Branch Call Number: FIC WAL
Characteristics: 188 p. ;,21 cm.

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EMP_0
Mar 04, 2015

I thought this book was going to deal more about Robert and Francesca and was disappointed to read it hoping the plot would change and it had very little to do with them, especially after I saw the movie.

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iantonia
Dec 28, 2009

Well, the epilogue to Bridges is a very good read. Its not a complete epilogue more of a deleted scenes of the last installment. If you were not completelly terry eyed at the end of Bridges, this epilogue will do it for you. In a good way. I am after all a fan of books that get some emotion out of you without intending to.

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