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The Memory of Love by Linda Olsson is set in New Zealand when Marion Flint, a woman in her early 50s, suddenly finds herself caring for a young boy trying to get away from a dangerous situation. As she sets about trying to meet his needs, she slowly opens her heart to the memories of her past. It's not only the locale that makes this book a breath of fresh air to read, but Olsson's writing is lyrical and easy as well.

Mary S @ Zablocki (Center Street)

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