This novel by Ann Tatlock looks at the theme of forgiveness from a little different perspective--that of forgiving ourselves.
The poignant story is of Mae Demaray was a well-adjusted if somewhat cold woman with a strong faith in God until her grandson was killed in an accident while in her care. Although nobody blames Mae for the tragedy, she feels that it was her fault. As the years pass, her faith slowly crumbles, and she begins to withdraw from the world. Soon Mae's only companion is Roy, a mentally impaired man her mother had taken pity on in their youth. It is owing to Roy that family secrets are revealed, secrets that bring Mae back to the world as well as to God.
I am sure that you will enjoy this well written book in either its Kindle or hard cover format.