Howard, a wealthy thirty-year-old introvert, is served divorce papers from his wife Cindy. Howard’s sister Melinda, struggling to rehabilitate from years of drug abuse, consoles him. But in doing so she recalls their past and hints that they share a hellish childhood secret. Her words uncover a memory Howard long ago suppressed, and now he must confront his new reality.
One type of tragedy mutilates the body. Worse are those that mutilate the mind. How many empty shells of once-normal people might you encounter daily, blind to the ruins behind their prim smiles? If a single moment can scar a mind, can another moment grant redemption?
Reflection follows the paths of two relationships—brother-sister and boyfriend-girlfriend. The former having suffered the life-altering tragedy of rape, and the latter leading up to the same impending tragedy. Will the present be a reflection of the past, or will Howard find redemption by delivering his new friend from tragedy?
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Published December 14, 2013
Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction.