|Roman 'Evidence', Sue A. Hart|
"Evidence is an award winning romantic suspense about Maggie Warner, who was born with an autobiographical memory. As a child, this ability was seen as an opportunity by her great-grandfather to teach her all about his life with his wife, Mary. But the stories had a side-effect. Maggie began dreaming about their life and started sleepwalking at the age of six. On many occasions, she searched the house looking for her children.
After the death of her great-grandfather, her parasomnia changes to something similar to a coma making it hard to awaken. But then, a reoccurring nightmare begins regarding a kidnapping she cannot explain nor can anyone else. This night terror stays with her for years. But considering her ability to remember everything, the repetitive dream can be considered normal - for her.