on Oct. 18, 2011 :
A real page-turner from a new author on the scene. Someone once said, "The gates of history are hung on small hinges." Our lives are no different. Ordinary events and commonplace objects are hinges upon which memories, joys and regrets--long suppressed--are hung. Forced to surface when we least expect them, at a stoplight, for example, they open us to new realms of possibilities.