A book about amnesia is a mystery by definition. If you can’t remember your name or anything about your past, that’s mysterious enough for anybody. Carol Golden (a name she makes up) finds herself in this position after being discovered in a Dumpster, naked and unconscious.
That’s bad enough, but then the government disowns her, declaring her a non-person, and she can’t do any of the things that require an official piece of paper from said government—such as work, or drive. What is she to do?
Carol pictures herself out on the streets, trading cigarettes and sex for food. Fortunately, the young man who found her, Rigo Ramirez, invites her to live with his family, but she doesn’t like being a charity case and she still has to find her identity.
There’s enough DNA and genealogy in the book to satisfy a genealogist, and enough mystery and suspense to satisfy a mystery fan. I’m thankful to say Forget to Remember is finding its niche and readers, both in the hard-cover and e-book (Amazon Kindle, NOOK, etc.) editions.