Two strangers’ lives are linked, two families prevail over adversity. Whilst juggling the demands of her job, her family and a bereaved parent, Helen discovers a revealing and shocking family secret. Ian, meanwhile, is struggling to overcome his illness. His obsession leads him to Helen and to a new realisation and the road to recovery.
Overall, this novel is a tribute to the power of family to offer succour and support. It tells of generosity of friendship and selflessness, and the acts of kindness to strangers that can make a difference that will be life enhancing.
Elizabeth Randall was a General Medical Practioner for thirty years in London and Scotland. In retirement she has taken up painting and has written haiku. This is her first novel. It draws upon both her professional and personal experiences.