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When her best friend's daughter Tara becomes the victim of terrifying nightmares, Doctor Melissa Banner is called upon to unlock the mystery. As she delves more deeply into Tara's dreams, Doctor Banner must face the frightening realization that Tara may not be imagining, but instead, "Remembering". This is the first book in the "Remembering" series, followed by "In Memoriam". Enjoy! More

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About Mac Zazski

Mac Zazski was born in the beautiful borough of Brooklyn, New York in 1962. Currently a resident of Mount Joy, Pennsylvania, Mac continues to enjoy writing on a wide variety of topics and in multiple styles. Happily married for over 14 years to his wonderful wife, Mac is grateful for those who enjoy his work and who take the time to let him know how they felt about it. He looks forward to your comments and encourages you to share them with him via email at .

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Stan Adelman reviewed on on July 9, 2013

Absolutely superb. As indicated by the author, there is rape and sexual abuse heart of the story, but that is integral to the story, the story portrays efforts bring justice to the perpetrators. The pacing is excellent, the characters are well described and believable, and the action is nonstop. It is really a great novel.
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Clair Roxanna reviewed on on May 27, 2013

This story is a hidden gem. I loved it, especially the humorous exchanges. The main plot was exciting and the characters are a stretch but almost believable. The good characters are always enjoyable. I'm going to read other books by this author. Now the bad news. The editing is bad but the story carried me past it. Past is a key word. The author needs to use it when it's required and stop making passed carry the whole load.
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Jay Patterson reviewed on on May 26, 2013

The mystery plot of this story involves people who kidnap, drug, rape and sometimes murder young girls. Not a pleasant topic but it's handled well. The sex scenes are intense but not overly graphic. For me the best parts of the story were the dialog scenes between Mel, Boxcar, Ginger and Mrs. Giamonte. The exchanges were hilarious. The editing is not terrible, but needs a lot of work. The author needs to look up the definitions for passed and past and learn the difference. Otherwise congratulations on a good book.
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