Lynda Bellingham

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Tell Me Tomorrow

book | Fiction | 2013
World → Simon & Schuster (Ed. Suzanne Baboneau)

Meredith's daughter, Anna, comes across a prayer book that is inscribed by three generations of mothers to their daughters. These are the women of Meredith's family, who have all had lives full of love and also hardship.

But the youngest in the line, Meredith, has never found true love. She has a beautiful teenage daughter to come home to, a fabulous career in television, but no one special to share it all with. Behind the tirelessly successful facade lies the story of a women who could not keep love in her life.

When Anna starts to make the same mistakes that her mother once made, the closest relationship Meredith has crumbles around her. Can she hold on to her career and her family? Or is she destined to be alone forever?

Tell Me Tomorrow is an enthralling tale of a woman's five-decade search to find her true self, beautifully demonstrating the importance of love and acceptance within the complexities of family life. It is also a novel about love, where to look for it and how to hold on to it once it is found.


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Tell Me Tomorrow
Tell Me Tomorrow
Translation Rights
Kate Cooper
+44 020 7393 4425
Email Kate Cooper
Gordon Wise
+44 (0) 20 7393 4420
Email Gordon Wise