Featured: The Un-Family by Linda Huber

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Megan finds herself amongst a chaotic mix of relatives, some of whom are unhinged and unrelenting in their attempts to rectify old grievances.

For better, for worse

Wildlife vet Holly’s life seems blissful: husband Dylan is the man of her dreams, she has a rewarding career and a lovely home. And yet, a tiny niggle is growing daily. Dylan is becoming increasingly remote – but why? Holly is determined to mend the fissure in their relationship. But a shocking discovery changes everything…

Family ties

Then there’s Dylan’s family: his wayward twin Seth and their widowed mother Elaine, who is rather fond of a glass or two of sherry. Nothing in Elaine’s life is easy, bringing up teenage granddaughter Megan while the family grieves the loss of Megan’s mother.

Family lies

A tragic event rocks the foundations of the family, and Holly’s life starts to unravel. Dylan drifts ever further away. Megan is left uncertain and alone, while Seth falls deeper into himself.

The bonds that once bound the family together are breaking. Can they ever be repaired.

Linda Huber

Meet Linda Huber:

Linda Huber is an ex-physiotherapist who grew up in Glasgow but has lived over half her life in Switzerland, where she writes psychological suspense novels as Linda Huber as well as feel-good novellas under her pen name Melinda Huber.

The inspiration for her books comes from everyday life – a family member’s struggle with dementia, the discovery that a child in her extended family drowned in the 1940s, and more.

Her newest book is The Un-Family, published in November 2022 by Hobeck Books. Holly has her dream job, and a lovely home in beautiful English countryside. Pity about the family…

She is currently working on another suspense novel and enjoying life on the banks of lovely Lake Constance.

Visit Linda’s website www.lindahuber.net.

Review by Louise Mangos:

We can’t choose our families.

But blood runs thicker, and all that. In a dysfunctional family, we’re always rooting for the children, because they didn’t choose to be there.

Especially a teenager like Megan whose life has been full of tragedy.

Megan finds herself amongst a chaotic mix of relatives, some of whom are unhinged and unrelenting in their attempts to rectify old grievances.

She’s vulnerable.

Unsafe.

And just when you think things can’t get any worse, her nightmare is about to intensify.

The Un-Family is a domestic thriller you will not be able to put down.

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