Something to Tell You

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Pan Macmillan, Dec 27, 2018 - England - 448 pages
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"A new Lucy Diamond book is one of the happiest highlights of my calendar" Katie Fforde, bestselling author of A Country EscapeWhen Frankie stumbles upon an unopened letter from her late mother, she's delighted to have one last message from her . . . until she reads the contents and discovers the truth about her birth. Brimming with questions, she travels to York to seek further answers from the Mortimer family, but her appearance sends shockwaves through them all. Meanwhile, Robyn Mortimer has problems of her own. Her husband John has become distant, and a chance remark from a friend leads Robyn to wonder exactly what he's not been saying. Dare she find out more?As for Bunny, she fell head over heels in love with Dave Mortimer when she first arrived in town, but now it seems her past is catching up with her. She can't help wondering if he'll still feel the same way about her if he discovers who she really is - and what she did. As secrets tumble out and loyalties are tested, the Mortimers have to face up to some difficult decisions. With love, betrayal and dramatic revelations in the mix, this is one summer they'll never forget.PRAISE FOR SOMETHING TO TELL YOU"Something To Tell You is multi-layered, compelling and beautifully written" Daily Express"A warm, moving page turner - I absolutely loved this book" Rosie Walsh, author of The Man Who Didn't Call"A must read for anyone who likes a good family drama" Woman's Weekly"This charming family drama is upbeat and fun" Sunday Mirror"This warm, moreish tale is about a large, appealing family in transition" Daily Mail

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Lucy Diamond lives in Bath with her husband and their three children. She has written many bestselling novels, including The Secrets of Happiness, Summer at Shell Cottage and The Year of Taking Chances.

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