Intro: The Memory Keeper’s Daughter

“The snow started to fall several hours before her labor began.  A few flakes first, in the dull gray late-afternoon sky, and then wind-driven swirls and eddies around the edges of their wide front porch.  He stood by her side at the window, watching sharp gusts of snow billow, then swirl and drift to the ground.  All around the neighborhood, lights came on, and the naked braches of the trees turned white.”

The Memory Keeper’s Daugher by Kim Edwards

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