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What do you do when all your memories and everything you've ever known is suddenly turned upside down. Who do you trust and what do you do with the facts in front of you. Well, fortunately for us, Mr. York decided to write a book, and what a wild ride it is!
Hard to believe this is the first book he has written, as the words flow easily revealing the emotional underbelly of a man trying to come to terms with his newly discovered past. He keeps you close at his side through all the painful revelations as he peels back the many hidden layers that dealt with his family's criminal past. It can't be easy to share these personal experiences and shattered memories. Yet, at the same time, I think it will give hope to others and maybe bring them peace in their own lives. I wholeheartedly recommend this book!
I couldn't put it down…
As a law enforcement investigator for 30 years, I know that secrets are the currency of crimes and destroyers of trust and personal bonds. Ron York's memoir, Kept in the Dark, is a wonderful literary example detailing what frequently happens to survivors when a long hidden family secret comes to light. The memoir clearly details the author's progression of discoveries and the concurrent roller coaster of emotions York experiences. The lingering questions and mysteries leave the reader desiring an epilogue filling in the blanks. Riveting revelations and the nature of the relationship between York's parents fascinated me as I tried to put myself in his mother's shoes and imagine how she coped with the knowledge concerning her husband's crimes, and, having interviewed many women in the same situation, find myself wanting to know more. As an investigator
Thought provoking & great book for discussion.