Truths I Never Told You by Kelly Rimmer

Truths I Never Told You by Kelly Rimmer: The novel Truths I Never Told You presents the hard realities of life which one have to face while passing through one period of transitions to the next period. These facts never fail and are hard to forget in the history of the human beings. The regimes where the oppression and suppression are made the part of the life of every body and wishes of the ruling individuals are imposed on the common people for their vested interests of the ruling individuals are the worst types of the regimes and states.

Living in such societies is not easy and manageable. Those who suffer the trials and tribulations are the great ones. Surely, they deserve our tribute and sincere compliments. Truths I Never Told You by Kelly Rimmer is the complete novel that contains each thing that you would love to read.

Truths I Never Told You by Kelly Rimmer

Truths I Never Told You is a tragic post-WWII story from the bestselling author of The Things We Cannot Say, Before I Let You Go, and the forthcoming The Warsaw Orphan, set amid an enthralling family mystery that may unravel everything previously thought to be true.

Beth Walsh offers to clean up the family house after her father was recently relocated to a care facility and is startled to find the entrance to her childhood playroom padlocked. What’s behind it astounds her even more: a hoarder’s mess of her father’s paintings, mountains of abandoned documents, and assorted garbage in the otherwise immaculately clean house.

Truths I Never Told You by Kelly Rimmer

She uncovers a stray diary entry in what looks to be her late mother’s handwriting as she sorts through the mess. Beth and her siblings were raised believing their mother died in a car accident when they were only toddlers, but this message implies something far more sinister.

Beth quickly pulls together a terrible picture of a lady suffering from postpartum depression and a husband who bears little similarity to the loving father Beth and her siblings are familiar with. Beth discovers there may be more keeping her and her mother together than she ever realized now that she has a child of her own and is dealing with parenting. The Warsaw Orphan, Kelly Rimmer’s amazing and fascinating tale, is not to be missed.

Truths I Never Told You by Kelly Rimmer

Her father’s abstract paintings… and family secrets… are strewn about among the dust and rotting smelling rubbish. Beth, still certain she can tackle the spluttering effort on her own, methodically digs through the jumble, uncovering notes in what she assumes are her mother’s handwriting, who died when she was a child.

The artwork and letters combine to create an unfamiliar and terrifying vision of Beth’s parents, one that she is compelled to decode by her own struggle with parenting. Rimmer constructs a fast-paced inter-generational narrative using three points of view and many subplots. As the reader tries to unravel this riddle, the pace of the story, particularly the letters, develops tension.

Kelly Rimmer investigates the significant problems two women unintentionally share throughout the decades set inside a fascinating family mystery that may unravel everything they believed to be true, examining the demands society placed on women of every age.

Fans of Rimmer, whose previous works include bestsellers The Things We Cannot Say, Truths I Never Told You and Before I Let You Go, will recognise the character of Elzbieta who also appeared in The Things We Cannot Say. This time, however, Elzbieta is the true heroine, whose courage at such a young age is inspiring. I eagerly read this book, desperate to find out what happened to Elzbieta, Roman and their families. The evocative language takes you right into the heart of Warsaw, to a time in history that is truly hard to fathom, yet so important to read about.

Fans of historical fiction and war history will devour this book, as will lovers of Rimmer’s beautiful writing and characters. She weaves hope and humanity into one of history’s darkest chapters. So while you might need to keep the tissues nearby, inspiration and strength abounds within this story.

About the Writer:

Kelly Rimmer is the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today and worldwide bestselling author of contemporary and historical fiction, including The Secret Daughter and The Things We Cannot Say. Kelly lives in rural Australia with her family and a whole menagerie of badly behaved animals. Her novels have been translated into more than 20 languages.

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