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[Read] ➫ Truths I Never Told You  Author Kelly Rimmer – Addwebsites.info Fans Of Jodi Picoult And Kristin Hannah Now Have A New Go To Author Sally Hepworth, Bestselling Author Of The Secrets Of MidwivesFrom The Bestselling Author OfThe Things We Cannot Say Comes A Poignant Novel About The Fault In Memories And The Lies That Can Bond A Family Together Or Tear It ApartWith Her Father Recently Moved To A Care Facility For His Worsening Dementia, Beth Walsh Volunteers To Clear Out The Family Home And Is Surprised To Discover The Door To Her Childhood Playroom Padlocked She S Even Shocked At What S Behind It A Hoarder S Mess Of Her Father S Paintings, Mounds Of Discarded Papers And Miscellaneous Junk In The Otherwise Fastidiously Tidy HouseAs She Picks Through The Clutter, She Finds A Loose Journal Entry In What Appears To Be Her Late Mother S Handwriting Beth And Her Siblings Grew Up Believing Their Mother Died In A Car Accident When They Were Little Than Toddlers, But This Note Suggests Something Much Darker Beth Soon Pieces Together A Disturbing Portrait Of A Woman Suffering From Postpartum Depression And A Husband Who Bears Little Resemblance To The Loving Father Beth And Her Siblings Know With A Newborn Of Her Own And Struggling With Motherhood, Beth Finds There May Be Tying Her And Her Mother Together Than She Ever SuspectedExploring The Expectations Society Places On Women Of Every Generation, Kelly Rimmer Explores The Profound Struggles Two Women Unwittingly Share Across The Decades Set Within An Engrossing Family Mystery That May Unravel Everything They Believed To Be True

10 thoughts on “Truths I Never Told You

  1. Sandy *The world could end while I was reading and I would never notice* Sandy *The world could end while I was reading and I would never notice* says:

    EXCERPT I m losing it That s what this is It s a panic attack, or maybe a good old fashioned nervous breakdown, and maybe I m hallucinating those notes I do feel a little disconnected from the world, and hallucinations are as good an explanation as any I m going to have to leave Noah with Hunter and go into a hospital before something unthinkable happens Crazy It s an awful word, one I d never ever let myself use to describ

  2. Mandy White Mandy White says:

    Truths I Never Told You is the first book by Kelly Rimmer that I have read and most certainly will not be the last She is an author that I have read so many good things about, and after finishing this book today I completely agree with them all What an emotional roller coaster I have been on with these characters in the last 24 hours It was a book that I didn t want to put down, completely invested in the story of this family.Truth

  3. Nenia ⚡ Aspiring Evil Overlord ⚡ Campbell Nenia ⚡ Aspiring Evil Overlord ⚡ Campbell says:

    Instagram Twitter Facebook PinterestI think this might be a better fit for readers who really enjoy mysteries written in the vein of Liane Moriarty in the sense that the focus of the story is less on the payoff of the suspense and on the relationship between characters in the home TRUTHS I NEVER TOLD YOU is a domestic mystery that revolves around three women Beth, Maryanne, and Grace.Beth s father is suffering from cognitive decline due

  4. Brenda Brenda says:

    Beth Walsh was the youngest of the four siblings Tim the oldest by only three years, with twins Ruth and Jeremy in between Their mother Grace had been dead since they were toddlers and their father, Patrick had cared for them since As a single father, he was devoted to his four children and as a result they were all very close With Patrick having recently been moved to a care facility, ill with dementia and heart failure, the siblings were trying

  5. Katie B Katie B says:

    3.5 starsThis is the type of story that I felt a personal connection to but that might not be the case for every reader I thought by far the strength of the book was how the author dealt with the topic of depression, specifically postpartum depression I maybe had other issues with the book but the realistic portrayal of women battling depression made this a worthwhile read for me.Beth Walsh dreamt of becoming a mother but now that she has a newborn, she h

  6. Karren Sandercock Karren Sandercock says:

    Beth Walsh is the youngest in her family, she has two brothers Tim and Jeremy and an older sister Ruth Despite the loss of their mother Grace in a car accident when they were all toddlers, they had a happy childhood, the family was very close and they all loved their dad Patrick.Recently Patrick s health had started to decline, he had heart problems and was now suffered from dementia The siblings had to make the difficult choice of putting their dad into an aged

  7. Sally Hepworth Sally Hepworth says:


  8. Dale Harcombe Dale Harcombe says:

    Four and a half stars.Back in 1959 Grace is a young mother with for children under four, two of them twins But Grace is struggling to deal with the situation and cannot share what she is feeling with anyone Though she loves her husband Patrick, who her well to do family never wanted her to marry, he is no help In desperation she pours out her feelings and fears into the pages of a notebook She hides the notebook in a safe place where she knows Patrick will never see it Another p

  9. Jamie beauty_andthebook_ Jamie beauty_andthebook_ says:

    As I ve said time and time again, Kelly Rimmer found her way into my heart when I first read Before I Let You Go and when I read The Things We Cannot Say, she permanently cemented her place on my favorite author list I have always been in awe of Rimmer s talent to write across a variety of genres and excel in each genre In Truths I Never Told You, we have a mix of contemporary and the 1960s as our dual timelines and the subject in question is postpartum depression Rimmer creates charact

  10. Jen Jen says:

    Kelly Rimmer has firmly cemented herself as one of my favorite authors Her newest was another emotionally gutting tale, beautifully woven and completely relatable She weaves dual timelines and multiple viewpoints seamlessly In Truths I Never Told You, she perfectly captured the stigma of mental illness and the progression of the mental health field from the 1960 s until today While we ve come a long way, we still have work to do to end the stigma and that is perfectly reflected in this book The

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