Unravelled

Unravelled Front Cover

UNRAVELLED – Two wars. Two affairs. One marriage.

“A poignant unmissable read.” Historical Novel Society Indie Editor Helen Hollick

October 1935, Edward Jamieson’s memories of war and a passionate love affair resurface when an invitation to a WWI memorial ceremony arrives. Though reluctant to visit the scenes of horror he has spent years trying to forget, Edward succumbs to the unlikely possibility of discovering what happened to Helene Noisette, the woman he once pledged to marry. Travelling through the French countryside with his wife Ann, Edward sees nothing but reminders of war. After a chance encounter with Helene at the dedication ceremony, Edward’s past puts his present life in jeopardy.

When WWII erupts a few years later, Edward is quickly caught up in the world of training espionage agents, while Ann counsels grieving women and copes with the daily threats facing those she loves. And once again, secrets and war threaten the bonds of marriage.

UNRAVELLED is a compelling novel of love, duty and sacrifice set amongst the turmoil of two world wars. In February 2014 it was selected as Indie Editor’s Choice by the Historical Novel Society and referred to as “a poignant, unmissable read”.

Read the first two chapters here or check these reader reviews.

Unravelled is available in paperback from Amazon (USCanada and elsewhere), and in e-book formats from AmazonNookKoboGoogle Play and on iTunes

6 thoughts on “Unravelled”

  1. Where is the sad lady with her pose expressing so much about loss? Alexander.

  2. When? …….or have I missed her?

  3. I have found the sad lady looking lonely as well below the towers of the Vimy Ridge memorial. Hope all goes well today. Alexander of the Allrighters and Ywnwab!

    • She’s a haunting woman when you see her in the ‘flesh’, Alexander. If you’re interested, try reading The Stone Carvers by Jane Urquhart. It’s all about building the Vimy memorial and won a number of prizes. A compelling story.

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