“Dedra could use that money for college.”
“Actually,” the mom replies, “Dedra wants to be an actress.”
“Or… a detective,” Dedra adds.
“Really?” Detective Corey smiles. “Dedra we have a head start program for students to see our field for themselves.”
“I would love that.”
Experience a cozy mini-mystery collection, centered around sisters working together to outsmart their Triangulation. Both in-and-out of their traffic to bond, the story villains of dysfunction find themselves at the mercy of the sisters' detective skill, clever nature, and counter-manipulation.
Story Symbolism (Book 1)
Interview with the Author
Q: I sense an extra invitation inside this cozy mystery. Was a newer philosophy delivered by the dialogue inside the story? And would you care to reveal story symbolism? A: The story design of Remember to Forget accomplishes a dilemma where amnesia versus forgiveness, in the Olympics of childhood and child development. And the question becomes is it easier getting over it when the environment no longer owns you, because you have left it psychologically (amnesia)? Is there any advantage to remembering the bad times and staying in that unchanging place with no other choice? (“I don’t have amnesia; I have flashbacks…”) So the experiment (referred to by Janine as a psychological sports match) is actually settling the stage for the ever popular argument over “nature vs nurture.” But since they are committed to working together, we get to experience all the advantages and all the disadvantages of both theories.
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