Poem About Going Home, by Diana Brown

My friend and Sisters-in-Crime colleague, Diana Brown, wrote a lovely poem about my novel, Going Home:

Going Home ‘s about murder

loss and love, you will see

The book’s readers will wonder

who the murderer can be

 

Should an elderly mother

have all blame assigned

For killing her caregiver

who arrived right on time

 

What’s causing mom’s mem’ry

its current loss of function

I won’t let my mother

go to jail at this junction

 

Vows her daughter who sets out

this murder to solve

To exonerate her mother

is her passionate resolve

 

Next, a long-ago secret

is revealed to confuse

Even more of the story

more questions infuse

 

The plot line is twisty

but we all are agreed

That the book, “Going Home”

is a page-turner to read

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