All That’s Left Unsaid by Rowena Holloway – Review by Angela Hayes

All That's Left UnsaidAll That’s Left Unsaid by Rowena Holloway
My rating: 4 of 5 stars


All That’s Left Unsaid by Rowena Holloway is a fantastic mystery- full of secrets, suspense, drama, a complicated mother/daughter relationship, manipulation, truth, tangled threads, surprises, clever twists, and great characters.
I have read a few of Ms. Holloway’s books now and have learned that she knows how to tell a great story, which pulls me in and keeps me hooked right till the end- and this book was no different. With this intriguing mystery unfolding against the picturesque back drop of Positano, Italy- giving the story some added richness, and an extra element of interest.
Harriet Taylor is a journalist who has been working in London. When her mother falls ill, she flies home to help care for her. Her mother confides that she is concerned about a friend of hers in Italy- especially since an unidentified skeleton had been found. Her mother is certain it is the remains of her friend. So, with this revelation, and more than a little curiosity, Harriet sets off to Italy to do a little digging into the case. But Harriet will have to dig deep and utilise all her investigative skills, especially when the locals are less than forthcoming- if she’s ever to uncover the secrets that have been kept for so long. When strange things start happening, Harriet wonders how far she’s willing to go to get to the bottom of it all. What does she discover? It’s well worth the read to find out!
Interesting and intriguing!

Thank you, Ms. Holloway!


Reviewed by @angelahayes

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