One of the aspects I enjoy most about blogging is meeting authors in real life and Eva Jordan is one of the loveliest ones I have come across. Eva doesn’t live a million miles away from me and I count her as a friend. I’m really looking forward to her being part of the Deepings Literary Festival in May next year. Consequently, I’m absolutely honoured to have been asked to reveal Eva’s new book Time Will Tell for the very first time.
Eva has appeared on Linda’s Book Bag in the past with a wonderful guest post about female friendships to celebrate her novel 183 Times a Year that you can read here and another, that was part of the launch celebrations for All The Colours In Between, about the need for older protagonists here.
Today I’m absolutely thrilled to be helping to launch the next of Eva’s novels, Time Will Tell, with a cover reveal and details about the book.
Time Will Tell will be published by Urbane Publications on 14th February 2019 and is available for pre-order here.
So, without further ado – here is all you need to know about Time Will Tell:
Time Will Tell
Writer, Lizzie Lemalf, and her loving but somewhat dysfunctional family are still grieving over the loss of a much-loved family member. Lizzie is doing her best to keep her family together but why does the recent death of a well-known celebrity have them all in a spin?
The police suspect foul play; Lizzie and other family members suspect one another.
Lizzie begins searching for answers only to find herself being dragged back to the past, to 1960’s London to be exact, and to the former life of her father, that up until now she has never been privy to.
Every family has its secrets but how can the past hold the key to a present day celebrity death? They say the past comes back to haunt you. Surely the truth will out?
Maybe, but only time will tell…
Now doesn’t that sound absolutely wonderful? I love the way the colours of Eva’s books are harmoniously picked up in each cover design.
Make sure you pre-order Time Will Tell here.
About Eva Jordan
Eva Jordan, born in Kent but living most of her life in a small Cambridgeshire town, describes herself as a lover of words, books, travel and chocolate.
Eva is a published writer of several short stories and debut novel 183 Times A Year. Eva has always had a love of books and reading and really got the writing bug when she received a first for her dissertation, which looked at The People’s War during World War II, whilst studying for a degree in English and History.
Eva’s career has been varied, including working in a Women’s Refuge and more recently at the city library. However, storytelling through the art of writing is her true passion. Eva enjoys stories that force the reader to observe the daily interactions of people with one another set against the social complexities of everyday life, be that through crime, love or comedy.
Time Will Tell is Eva’s third novel.