The Forgetting Time by Sharon Guskin

The Forgetting Time

Sharon Guskin

The possibility of re-incarnation has long interested me, as has, to a lesser extent, the possibility of the restless ghost. This novel and its many fascinating, fallibly human but never sentimentalised characters was a joy. Tender, beautiful and deeply touching.

He, Professor Anderson, should have known better .... He knew this wasn't India, where the villagers would eager to point out possible rebirths ... excited about the possibility of proving what they already knew. On American cases you were careful.
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