The SUNDAY TIMES TOP TEN BESTSELLER AND RICHARD & JUDY BOOK CLUB pick from the bestselling author of Things I Want My Daughters to Know.
'A moving and heart-warming novel about love in all its forms' Sunday Express
Did you ever have a secret you knew would change everything?
Tess's happy childhood memories are mostly of the grandmother who helped raise her. And now she has a secret to tell Iris - one which will turn so many lives upside down.
But how can you confide your future in someone who barely remembers her past?
Tess knows everything is about to change. What she doesn't know is that chance will lead her into the lives of two strangers - and uncover her grandmother's secret from the past.
A secret which will illuminate her own future . . .
An uplifting, unforgettable story about keeping secrets, taking chances and finding happiness where you least expect it.
Published in a previous edition under the title Letters to Iris.
'Nobody weaves a complex web of stories with quite the same skill as Elizabeth Noble. An uplifting read written with wry humour, insight and sensitivity' Sunday Express
'Noble specialises in warm-hearted tearjerkers with strong connections between women' Daily Mail
'A beautiful tale of love, loss and hope' Sun
'A heart-warmer' Prima
'Packed with intrigue' Yours Magazine
Nobody weaves a complex web of stories with quite the same skill as Elizabeth Noble . . . An uplifting read written with wry humour, insight and sensitivity
With a collection of well-drawn characters whose stories intertwine, this is a heart-warming novel about relationships, secrets and love in all its forms
A beautiful tale of love, loss and hope
Noble specialises in warm-hearted tearjerkers with strong connections between women
A moving and heart-warming novel about love in all its forms: between parents and children, husbands and wives and the very best of friends
We all know the strange power of old letters . . . Could they be the secret to the missing pieces of her grandmother's life? Packed with intrigue
Prepare to be ensnared in a complex web of deeply satisfying secrets
Praise for Elizabeth Noble
Noble is the mistress of the tearjerking message of love
Elizabeth Noble introduces Gigi Gilbert, the heroine of her novel Love, Iris. 'That's how I picture her at least – one of life's radiators'.
Could a secret from another time change your life? Read an extract from Elizabeth Noble's uplifting story about love in all its forms