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Wednesday, April 1, 2015
Review of "Memories"
Cody Brannon and Tiffney Fisher are seventeen, in love and have strong family values. After a horrifying motorcycle accident and twenty-seven days in a coma with Tiffney at his bedside, Cody wakes up with a special gift. His sixth sense allows him into other people's repressed memories. Cody's mother, who works with sexually abused young women is killed by the same impaired driver that slammed into Cody. Determined to put criminals away, Cody and Tiffney go to law school and then to work for the FBI. Working as a profiler and prosecutor, they help to crack a sex slave trafficking ring. Steven Belden delivers a fast moving story, written in a unique style that anyone would enjoy. 4 Stars