Dr. Sarah Miller returns to her hometown of Savannah, Georgia, to bury her beloved mother, only to find out that her father fails to recognize her. Repulsed by his behavior, she plans to return immediately to Chicago rather than stay for a few days with him. She changes her mind at the last minute and in doing so, the reconciliation of twenty-two years of estrangement begins. In a very short period of time, she learns that her father was in the first stage of Alzheimer's Disease, her mother's death was from poisoning, her husband of five years was filing for divorce, and her father's life was in grave danger. Armed with new information gained from her mother's hidden scrapbook, she begins to see her father through different eyes than those of an angry fifteen-year-old girl. The family physician gives Sarah some sage advice; to get to know her father before it's too late. In doing so, she finds herself tracking her father to Charlotte, North Carolina, to rescue him from his abductors. Entangled in mystery, intrigue, humor and many sentimental moments, Sarah finally comes to grips with her disillusionment with life. In doing so, she finds the joy of living, loving, and meaning that had eluded her for so many years. Tackling such deep emotional topics as death, Alzheimer's Disease, divorce, betrayal, resentment, and estrangement, author, Charles Bailey brings us to the root of human feelings and shows us that we, too, can rise above them, and experience love in the process.
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