What I Would Tell You

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$15.99  $14.87
Barbour Fiction
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5.51 X 8.35 X 0.87 inches | 0.66 pounds

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About the Author

Liz Tolsma is the author of several WWII novels, romantic suspense novels, prairie romance novellas, and an Amish romance. She is a popular speaker and an editor and resides next to a Wisconsin farm field with her husband and their youngest daughter. Her son is a US Marine, and her oldest daughter is a college student. Liz enjoys reading, walking, working in her large perennial garden, kayaking, and camping. Please visit her website at www.liztolsma.com and follow her on Facebook, Twitter (@LizTolsma), Instagram, YouTube, and Pinterest. She is also the host of the Christian Historical Fiction Talk podcast.


Once again Liz Tolsma has delivered a novel so carefully researched, so beautifully composed, that the reader can't help but step into the shoes of the characters. What I Would Tell You is a book that could only be told by a storyteller with a high regard for history, a love for the reader, and a deep well of empathy. Tolsma is such a writer. You'll want to hold this story close to your heart.
- Susie Finkbeiner, author of The Nature of Small Birds and Stories That Bind Us

Liz Tolsma's stirring dual time novel, What I Would Tell You, sheds light on an unfamiliar and intriguing piece of World War II history combined with a vivid and immersive setting in Greece amid the terror the Third Reich brought to Jews in the city of Salonika. Three generations later in the same city now known as Thessaloniki, a young American woman has her ancestral identity shaken by the results of a DNA test, offering an unforgettable glimpse into how present-day technology can not only connect us to the past but also forever alter our future. A hope-filled, well-written story of two courageous women forging their places in the world, unafraid of confronting history and holding on to their faith.
- Morgan Tarpley Smith, author and founder of A Split in Time Fiction Facebook Group for split time fiction readers and writers