Can you have a future if you can’t remember the past?
When Skye Crenshaw Whitmore is shown a picture of a house with a blue door, she recalls living there as a young girl. At first the memories are of the warm and fuzzy variety; little moments spent gardening or reading with her mother. Upon learning that the house on Periwinkle Lane is where her mother died, darker memories bubble to the surface but fail to assemble into a complete picture. With more questions than answers, she sets off to find out what exactly happened in that house thirty years ago.
Skye soon learns that old memories never die, they just wait…Behind the Blue Door.
(In the interest of full disclosure, the author would like to make it clear this book is a novella, which translates to about 1/3 the length of a traditional novel. It still has all the elements of a strong story, but without subplots and secondary characters. The product is a tight, strong, quick read.)