In stunning Positano, Italy ex-journalist Harriet (Harri) Taylor discovers love… death… and family secrets.
“All my life, I waited for my mother’s affection. Now I must compete with a dead woman.”
When Harri learns her mother once lived in Italy, a secret she has kept for thirty years, Harriet travels to Positano to determine if remains known only has the Positano Skeleton belong to her mother’s long lost friend. Yet how can she probe old secrets when she doesn’t speak the language? And who can she trust when the truth is buried in the past and no one wants to talk to a foreigner about the skeleton or the past?
In the dark chasm of Italy’s past, some things are best left buried.
A gripping psychological suspense that proves... A mother's silence can be deadly
Praise for All That's Left Unsaid
“…plenty of surprises and a very clever twist at the end… the final scene brought me to tears.” Sandy Vaile, author of Inheriting Fear
“…a spectacular story in every sense of the word - as dramatic and as breathtaking as the setting of Positano, on Italy's Amalfi Coast.” Jenn J McLeod, author of House for All Seasons
“This was a great mystery that kept you guessing to the very end! I was never able to figure out who was lying and who was telling the truth. Everything all came together nicely in the end.” Amy, reader
“Loads of twists and turns. Love the flavours of Italy.” Susan G, reader
“This was a fabulous, on the edge of your seat read. Loads of gorgeous, beautifully written detail and a fabulous cast of well written characters.” Tamara M, author of Harrington Trilogies