Three generations of women suffer the consequences of a single act of family violence in their past. As they navigate the troubled waters of guilt, self-loathing, and detachment, Adam, their precocious young son and grandson, unwittingly moves them closer to healing and reconciliation through the purity of a child's love.
"Masterfully told from multiple points of view, with gorgeous prose, and tremendous insight, Cramer has created a work of depth and honesty about matriarchal complexity, love, and strength. A gem."
- Roselee Blooston, award-winning author of Trial by Family and Dying in Dubai