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Fortunately long-term memory loss, when there is no physical trauma, is uncommon. When it does occur, it is often the result of unspeakable horrors, such as the inhumanity of war. The mind constructs a solid wall around those and other events to permit its owner to function. Unfortunately, if the wall ever crumbles, or is removed too quickly, the protected person's only predictable escape from those memories is self-destruction.

When Tildi Mason, of Carmel, California, finds a mysterious journal in France that suggests her father, Captain Charles Mason, reported missing in Vietnam 25 years earlier, might be alive, she must find him. The Bordeaux Journal traces her search for him and the truth. She is plagued by the knowledge that if she does find him, and he remembers her, it may kill him.

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