Where the Memories Lie by Sibel Hodge
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
REVIEW: WHERE MEMORIES LIE by Sibel Hodge
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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