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Saturday, September 19, 2015

Review: Where the Memories Lie

Where the Memories Lie Where the Memories Lie by Sibel Hodge
My rating: 5 of 5 stars


An engrossing, can't put it down, mystery, WHERE MEMORIES LIE deals as much with human emotions as it does with its actual, very tangled mystery. It also paints a compelling portrait of an Alzheimer's sufferer, and the pain for both patient and loved ones. It's a terrible thing to see memory shrivel and fade, as the adult children, in-laws, and two grandchildren of Tom Tate experience. A man who acquitted himself wonderfully as a long-time single father, an efficient businessman, a compassionate human, Tom is now a shadow of himself. But it is his very condition which results in inadvertent confessions, lifting the veil of secrets buried a quarter of a century, and ripping apart the family he was always committed to protect.

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