June 2013 Debut of the Month. Crammed with drama and passion this emotional, beautifully written, page-turner deals with strong and unsettling issues with un-sugar coated compassion creating a book that is very hard to put down. 1964. A woman wakes in a mental asylum with no knowledge of who she is. Present day. A man’s grief over the loss of his father is interrupted by the visit from a detective with questions about crimes committed many years before. As these two lives intertwine a devastating truth emerges.A powerful debut novel perfect for Reading Groups and fans of Maggie O'Farrell. In addition to our Lovereading expert opinion for The Things We Never Said a small number of Lovereading members were lucky enough to be invited to review this title - 'Susan Elliot Wright has well and truly hit the mark with her wonderful debut novel...Absorbing and totally unputdownable' - Joan Hill. Scroll down to read more reviews.