At age twenty-six Sarah’s life seemed exactly as she had imagined it would be. She was living in New York City, her paintings were selling, she was making a name for herself among cosmopolitan people in the art world in Milan and New York.
But when her younger sister Lisa dies in a car crash, Sarah blames herself for Lisa’s death. Sarah distances herself from her father and mother, breaks up with the man she thought she might spend the rest of her life with, stops painting, and settles into a life of gallery management.
In her sadness over her mother’s subsequent death, Sarah resolves to reconnect with her father, and over time they manage to do so. Then one wintry night he talks with unaccustomed candor to Sarah. She learns that the past she thought she knew is subtly darker than the pleasant images in her memories.
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