Tell Me Where You Are
Maybe the worst thing hadn’t happened yet. You couldn’t know the awful things lined up in the future, looming.
The last thing Frances wants is a phone call from Alec, the husband who left her for her sister thirteen years ago. But Susan has disappeared, abandoning Alec and her daughter Kate, a surly teenager with an explosive secret. Reluctantly, Frances is drawn into her sister’s turbulent life.
‘Moira Forsyth writes with warmth and sensitivity.’
‘Sensitively written, (this book) contains keen characterisation and a strong awareness of the problems facing women today. ’
-Scottish Review of Books
‘Moira Forsyth skilfully leads the reader into the complex world of family life.’
-The Wee Review
‘A delightful and warm story about a dysfunctional family navigating its way through life and its various roadblocks.’
-Novel Deelights blog
‘A gentle family saga that proves that family life can be filled with deceit and heartbreak but also filled with love and hope.’
-Shelley Fallows, Tales Before Bedtime blog
‘An acutely-observed exploration of the often complex dynamics of family relationships, sibling rivalry, motherhood, the disruption that can be caused by things left unresolved and why sometimes the best thing is to look forward, not back.’
-What Cathy Read Next blog