Set across two decades in London and Ireland, the lives of a troubled and emotionally abusive mother and her innocent ten-year-old daughter change forever after one summer holiday. Perfect for readers of Charity Norman, Dorothy Koomson, Diane Chamberlain and Jodi Picoult.
Her Mother's Daughter
1980: Josephine escapes her home in Ireland, hoping never to return. She starts a new, exciting life in London, but as much as she tries, she can't quite leave the trauma of her childhood behind.
Seventeen years and two children later, Josephine gets a call from her sister to tell her that their mother is dying and wants to see her - a summons she can't refuse.
1997: Ten-year-old Clare is counting down to the summer holidays, when she is going to meet her grandparents in Ireland for the first time. She hopes this trip will be 'just what the doctor ordered' and cheer her mum up.
But family secrets can't stay buried forever and following revelations in Ireland Josephine and her family unravel, perhaps to the point of no return.See more details about this Book