More Than Sorrow

More Than Sorrow

A Mystery

Book - 2012
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Hannah Manning was once an internationally renowned journalist and war correspondent; today she's a woman suffering from a traumatic brain injury. Unable to concentrate, full of pain, and haunted by her memories, Hannah goes to Ontario to her sister's small vegetable farm to recover. But Hannah experiences strange visions of a woman emerging from the icy-cold mist. Is the woman real or the product of her damaged brain? Which would be worse?
Publisher: Scottsdale, AZ : Poisoned Pen Press, 2012
Edition: 1st ed
Description: 302 p. ; 23 cm
ISBN: 9781590589854
1590589858
9781590589878
1590589874
Branch Call Number: Dela

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dkelley55
Jul 23, 2015

I read this 2 years ago, the first of several of Delaney's books that I've recently read. A Iraq War news correspondent who suffered a TBI returns to Canada, living with her sister and husband on their organic farm. Delaney takes us back and forth between the main characters present struggles with her lapse in memory, and the mystery around the history of the old farm and a violent event. A story of her post war recovery, her inquisitive nature surrounding letters found in the attic, and their connection to the homestead. While there are points of conflict with her brotherinlaw, the most dreaded fear she encounters is that of someone she trusts who threatens the safety of the entire household.
Great book, kept my interest which is difficult, especially the style of writing reverting to a historical context.

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Pisinga
Nov 11, 2012

Very weak novel.

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