Family Matters

Family Matters

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Sarah’s husband, Tom, disappeared without trace eleven years ago.

Now her son, David has died.

Tom appears at David’s funeral and tries to reestablish contact, which Sarah refuses but Kate, her daughter accepts. The growing closeness between Kate and her father worries Sarah because she believes that Tom is dishonest and unreliable, at best.

Then Sarah finds David’s diary and follows the steps he took in search of his father.

It becomes a journey of self-discovery: what she uncovers forces Sarah to reassess her view of herself, her origins and her certainties.

A relationship novel, but also a detection novel with a difference: this story traces a woman’s drive to uncover and understand the truth about a family she thought she knew…her own.

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5 thoughts on “Family Matters”

  1. This book packs some power emotions right from the first page as I felt Sarah’s pain not only of the loss of her son(David) but all the turmoil of suppressed emotions from her families unsettled past.Very interesting read with her families’ truths being revealed around many a winding path!

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    1. Thank you, Annette. I’m glad you found Family Matters interesting. It’s a powerful subject and I found it challenging and interesting to write. It pleases me to know you felt the turmoil.


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