‘A wonderful novel by Eva Jordan, multi-layered suspense and relatable characters bound
together by the haunting grip of the past.’ – author Gina Kirkham
‘Time Will Tell is a beautifully told tale of retribution, redemption and family bonds.’ – Patricia Dixon
Writer, Lizzie Lemalf, and her loving but somewhat dysfunctional family are still grieving over the loss of a much-loved family member. Lizzie is doing her best to keep her family together but why does the recent death of a well-known celebrity have them all in a spin? The police suspect foul play; Lizzie and other family members suspect one another.
Lizzie begins searching for answers only to find herself being dragged back to the past, to 1960’s London to be exact, and to the former life of her father, that up until now she has never been privy to. Every family has its secrets but how can the past hold the key to a present-day celebrity death?
They say the past comes back to haunt you.
Surely the truth will out? Maybe, but only time will tell…
What Readers Say
“Our favourite blended family is back!
I felt as if Eva Jordan’s very heart and soul is woven within the pages of this book as she tackles some emotional and difficult storylines with delicacy and poise. As they overcame the hurdles of life, my heart went out to the Lamalf family and I laughed and cried along with them.
“Nobody has ever extracted the essence of family as well as Eva Jordan and written the ups and downs of family life for us all to enjoy.
“This book is an emotional triumph that went from my heart breaking with anguish one minute to smiling through my tears as the enviable strength of all of these characters overcame their own personal adversity.” – The Book Magnet
“Eva Jordan skillfully weaves a narrative that pulls the threads of belonging, of family connections together across a multi-layered novel that deserves to be savoured, rather than devoured whole.” – Rachel Read It Book Reviews
About Eva Jordan
Eva Jordan was born in Kent but has lived most of her life in a small Cambridgeshire town. She describes herself as a lover of words, books, travel and chocolate, and is also partial to the odd glass or two of wine.
Eva is both a mum and step mum to four adult children, all of whom have, at times, inspired her writing and her family based novels. Her career has been varied including working for the library service and at a women’s refuge.
A member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association, Eva also writes a monthly column for a local magazine and says storytelling through the art of writing is her passion. 183 Times A Year is Eva’s debut novel, followed by All The Colours In Between, and Time Will Tell.
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|Publisher||Urbane Publications (14 Feb. 2019)|