What the Heart Remembers by Debra Ginsberg

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What the Heart Remembers is dark and clever and grabs you right from the first page. It’s about love, friendships, deceit, and the paranormal—all delicious elements with which to populate a novel.
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Whispers of the past…

When young Eden Harrison receives a heart transplant from an unknown donor, her seemingly charmed life falls apart. Haunted by dreams of people and places she doesn’t recognize, Eden is convinced that her new heart carries the memories of its original owner. Eden leaves her old life behind as she is mysteriously drawn to the city of San Diego.

Whispers of the mind…

There, Eden becomes fast friends with Darcy, a young woman recently widowed by Peter, her wealthy, much older husband. But Darcy is unsettled by her inability to mourn, and more unsettled by recurring thoughts of Adam, a young musician she was having an affair with--who has suddenly vanished.

Whispers of the heart…

Yet, the more Eden learns about Darcy, the more she realizes that all is not as it seems, and she begins to suspect foul play behind Peter's and Adam’s fates. As the tension around them escalates, Eden’s mysterious dreams become more and more frequent. Can Eden listen to what her heart is trying to tell her before it is silenced forever?
 

About Debra Ginsberg

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Debra Ginsberg is the author of Blind Submission, The Grift, and The Neighbors are Watching, in addition to three memoirs. She lives in San Diego. Author websites: debraginsberg.com; facebook.com/debraginsbergwriter
 
Published September 4, 2012 by NAL. 384 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Candice Reed on Sep 04 2012

What the Heart Remembers is dark and clever and grabs you right from the first page. It’s about love, friendships, deceit, and the paranormal—all delicious elements with which to populate a novel.

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