Some things are best left unsaid.

A poignant story of love, loss and redemption, spanning almost fifty years in a changing Ireland.

Sinéad and Jack first meet as students in the 1970s, and their lives intersect over the following years, taking them from Dublin to Geneva, from Paris to Washington. The secrets they have in common draw them together again and again, with unforeseen consequences that Sinéad will keep from him for thirty years… until her funeral.

In a culture of concealment, where inconvenient truths are hidden or ignored, what secrets will finally be revealed?

About the author

Anne Harris, née Hennon, was born in Dublin in 1950, educated at Manor House School, Raheny, University College Dublin, and Harvard Kennedy School. She worked in a senior position at the European Parliament in Luxembourg for twenty-four years before returning to Dublin in the late 1990s. She has four sons and four granddaughters who live in Ireland, Luxembourg, the United States and Argentina. She currently lives in France with her husband.

This is her first novel.

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