One death. Eighteen facts. What’s the truth?
How do you solve the mystery of your mother’s death if no one wants to talk about her? Not even your family. Especially not them.
July knows a lot about her mother. She knows that she loved dancing on tables. That she was covered in freckles. She also knows that she misses her. Her mother died in a car crash when July was little. Or so she’s been told.
July is determined to find out the truth. But it might be more painful than the lies she’s been told all these years.
A compelling and moving mystery about family, community and the secrets people keep to protect those they love. Perfect for fans of Joanna Cannon, Janice Hallett and Elizabeth is Missing.
Praise for What July Knew:
'July Hooper is a brilliant creation. . . a captivating story’ T.M. Logan
'Touchingly effective in conveying a childhood lived in fear’ Sunday Times
'Tenderly told and utterly compelling, full of twists and surprises’ Emma Stonex
'Funny, thrilling, nostalgic and deeply affecting’ Chris Whitaker