About Family Matters
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. 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. A novel that deals with grief, loyalty, love and acceptance. Although it begins with a funeral and deals with its aftermath, this is a novel of hope and recovery as well as a putting of things to rights.
Learn More About The Author
Christine Campbell lives in Scotland, in a small village outside of Edinburgh with her husband.
When she is not distracted by the varied wildlife currently taking up residence in her garden and the field beyond, Christine writes novels for your pleasure and hers – because, let’s face it, writing is fun!
As a self-confessed stationery junkie, Christine has an impressive collection of notebooks and pens, which sit nicely among her many books. In fact, she is almost as passionate about reading as she is about writing.
You can find all her novels on Amazon Kindle or, if you prefer to read a paperback, they are all available at https://www.feedaread.com/profiles/786/
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