Book Review: ‘Three Words For Goodbye: A Novel’ By Hazel Gaynor & Heather Webb

by | Jul 12, 2021 | Books | 0 comments

Authors Hazel Gaynor & Heather Webb have once again teamed for another book and the result is fantastic! This is the feel good book of the summer. Sharply written, great characters and at its core it’s about family and hidden secrets that must come out. You won’t want to put it down. It is a historical look at the Queen Mary, the times in Europe as Hitler is coming to power and the fatal crash of the Hindenburg.

The year is 1937 and Violet Bell is dying of cancer. She has one last wish before her time ends. She wants to reunite her Granddaughters Maddie and Clara, who have been estranged since the death of their father a year ago. Violet is sending them to Europe to deliver 3 letters to people from her past. It will be the same root Violet and her sister went on many years ago. Along the way the sisters will fight, learn shocking secrets about their Grandmother and her past (and how it relates to their past and their future). It will also change their romantic lives going forward. This trip will be everything Violet hopes it will be for the girls and for herself. The only question that will remain out there is who will survive as the girls are on the Hindenburg on their return trip and what fate has in store for them.

You can pick up Three Words For Goodbye in stores on Tuesday, July 27th from William Morrow Paperbacks.