Harriet's acting career suffers a catastrophic setback when memory loss forces her to quit her role as Sarah Bernhardt. In turmoil, she accepts the role of Mazo de la Roche in a production written by an amateur playwright and being performed in small-town Saskatchewan. Harriet soon discovers that she was chosen for this role because she holds the key to a secret from Mazo's past. Meanwhile, the play, the role, and the town draw Harriet into the vortex of her own past.
Theresa Kishkan has lived on both coasts of Canada as well as in Greece, England, and Ireland. She currently lives on BC's Sechelt Peninsula with her husband and three children. They run a small private press, High Ground Press.