When Mani Feniger scattered her mother’s ashes under the maple tree in her brother’s garden, she thought her relationship with her mother was over. But two years later, the fall of the Berlin Wall exposed the buried secrets and startling revelations of her mother’s past, drawing her into an exploration of history and family, of mothers and daughters, that would change her life forever.
THE WOMAN IN THE PHOTOGRAPH is a riveting, beautifully written memoir that takes readers along on a transformative journey through other lifetimes and continents. Readers say it is “an inspiring story of healing, dedication and love…a page-turning mystery…it made me wonder how untold stories have shaped my own life.”
Best Memoir 2012 from the Bay Area Independent Publishers’ Association
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