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August 29, 2014 7:00 AM

Bret Anthony Johnston’s ‘Remember Me Like This’ captures a family adrift

Bret Anthony Johnston’s “Remember Me Like This” begins where many novels end: the return of a kidnapped child. The moral? Only the lucky few get a chance to learn firsthand that pain is associated with being found.

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