|Reviews for Remembrance|
| Elise Deschat chapter 1 . 10/19/2016
very sweet, but bittersweet story
| Georgi1961 chapter 1 . 2/17/2008
Thank you for writing such a wonderful story. I had to read it a second time! The characters are true-revealing more insight into Mr. McCormick and of course the wonderful relationship between the two (and Frank). I'm so glad these characters are still alive. Hope you continue to write
| JeanneZ84 chapter 1 . 4/18/2007
This story had so much understanding in it of Marks feelings by the Judge.
The Judge knew how important it was to Mark be able to find his Mother's killer.
I also thought it was so nice of Milt to arrange for Mark to be able to go to the cemetary where his mom is burried and i thought is was very nice that he went with mark too.
So I did like this story had lots of heart in it.
| sbishoff chapter 1 . 1/3/2007
Great story. I read it for the first time last year and I loved it then. I read it again a few days ago, and it is still one of my favorites.
I really enjoyed the interaction between the judge and Mark. I also liked that Hardcastle stood behind Mark, and decided to help him find out who killed his mother. It was good that he didn't let Mark get discouraged, even when there was so little evidence.
Thanks for sharing.
| Tharin chapter 1 . 12/29/2006
I've read this story a few years ago, on another site. I loved it back then, and I love it still. It's a great idea, and wonderful written.
| owlcroft chapter 1 . 12/29/2006
Intricate plotting, an obvious affection for the characters, some snappy dialogue, and a lot of heart-string tugging. A flair, a talent, a lot of hard work - many thanks for all of the above!
| L.M.Lewis chapter 1 . 12/28/2006
I read this one way back in '04, on Michelle's site. It and Cheri's 'Road to Recovery', were my two favorites. I incorporated the details from this story into my own ff back-story for McC and have referenced them repeatedly.
There was something about this one that pinged for me-right from the first few moments of defensive bickering, to the slow revelation of just what it is that's been eating at McC for twenty years, to the eventual solving of the mystery-a real plot balanced by real character development.
And while the center of the tale is McCormick, the judge is pivotal as well (and never was there a man who meant it less when he said, 'if it’s none of my business, just say so.' ;-))
It rings true for me on a hundred points, and I'm glad to finally see it over here. Thanks for posting it.