A short synopsis of the book from the Honno website:
Then – 1933: Gwen is a dutiful wife. But as the years pass, on their desperately poor smallholding, her duty to her husband John will have a terrible price for herself and her children. Something that cannot be spoken of.
Now – When Sarah finds her grandparents' ruined farmhouse, she becomes obsessed with restoring it and turning it back into a home. Adrift after a personal tragedy, she needs something to believe in. She starts digging into her family history and is appalled to learn her grandfather was shot. Can she find justice for John? Is justice what she first thinks?
More about Thorne Moore can be found on her website here.
The only problem we had was at the end, but then you're just going to have to read it to find out what we mean.
Our read for next month is The Secret Keeper by Kate Morton
|Image from Waterstones UK website|
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