A woman's mother, diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, claims her husband is not her husband. The man apparently killed her true husband years ago and taken over his identity. Lindsey at first refuses to believe her, but when her mother mentions a son named Jimmy, all kinds of warning bells sound. Alzheimer’s is associated with forgetting, not remembering.Lindsey has no other choice but to turn to detective Alan Cameron, but when damning clues keep piling up will she be able to face the truth?Though the premise was interesting enough, the story simply didn’t pull me in as it should have. I persevered, hoping the ride would get smoother in time (and page count), but alas it didn’t happen. Sadly not even the rather interesting characters helped.