Try To Remember
Random House , 1997
Who can you believe? A family is devastated by an accusation of sexual abuse during the Four-year Wave (1988-1992) of false accusations.
Skillfully shifting among various viewpoints, Kotker renders sympathetic the character and motives of people who find themselves irreconcilably opposed.
—New York Times Book Review
Kotker understands that she is writing about a complicated cultural as well as psychological phenomenon, and she does it with superb sensitivity.
—Joan Jacobs Brumberg
Timely and trenchant.
Sensitive, finely crafted… heart-wrenching.
Chillingly real, brilliantly rendered…One of the most disturbing novels we’ve ever read.