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"It's April of 1976, eighteen months since Samantha lost her daughter and young husband. She has closed herself off in a dilapidated farmhouse in Western New York, refusing to go anywhere or see anyone until Tara, a deaf seven-year-old, wanders onto her property and changes everything. Sam becomes embroiled in a heated custody battle between the girl's father and her estranged mother, who roars back into town on a Harley accompanied by a deaf biker. Is there more at stake in this family war than whether Tara learns to sign or read lips and use her voice? And why does the child bear such a striking resemblance to the daughter that Samantha lost?"--P.  of cover.