The Day She Can’t Forget by Meg Carter. Published by Canelo

Elizabeth “Zeb” is found wandering in the cold, bloodied and confused. At first she has no memories, not of who she is, where she is, or how she came to be in the hospital. Gradually, her memories come back, and she realizes she has a young son and an ex husband. But that doesn’t explain how she came to be wandering the streets, with memory loss. Traveling between present day and the 1970’s and the stories of Zeb’s parents, I was never quite sure if this was supposed to be a thriller or the story of a woman looking for the truth about her mother. In the end, it’s really more about the strange workings of the human brain and what stress and injury can do to a person’s psyche

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