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"Depth of Lies" by E. C. Diskin
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Thomas is down on his luck in every way: no home, broke, divorced and lonely. Added to that, he has issues with his short term memory. Ginny can't seem to keep a man. Added to that, she's snowed in and away from friends and family for Christmas. When Thom gets into an accident in the middle of the night, he ends up at Ginny's door.
I didn't really enjoy this story as much as I did the first two. The other books were short, too, but they managed to touch a few things in each. In this one, Thom's brain injury isn't really ever addressed, and Ginny doesn't seem to know about it, either. I know that Thom had already decided to continue active duty, but there wasn't any follow-up mention of how things were going with GAPS.
This is one novella I definitely think should have been a full-length novel.
Ginny is sort of a down-on-her-luck woman who ends up in a strange house for the holidays...all alone. She's nothing special, as far as characters go. She's average and I didn't really care for her one way or another.
The whole amnesia thing going on with Thom was more annoying than anything. And maybe that's realistic--I won't profess to know anything about the medical condition. Its influence on the plot, however, seemed a little far-fetched and I had a hard time believing any of the events that took place.
I'll continue reading this author, since I've read several books by her and enjoyed them, but this one just wasn't for me.