How much do we really know about the lives of our parents and the secrets lodged in their past? Judy Bolton-Fasman’s memoir, “Asylum: A Memoir of Family Secrets,” recounts the search for answers to the mysteries embedded in the lives of her Cuban-born mother, Matilde Alboukrek Bolton, and her elusive, Yale-educated father, K. Harold Bolton. Readers will relish every step and stage of Judy’s investigations and will begin to share in her obsession to obtain answers to the mysteries that have haunted her life.
Join Bolton-Fasman for a conversation with local author Helen Fremont. Bolton-Fasman and Fremont recount the ways in which genealogical research unearth new discoveries about family history through telling their own journeys for answers to burning family questions.
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