Has Sally Adams met her soul-mate? And if she has why did she run away from him and marry someone else? Now she can't forget the beautiful stranger she encountered at that party and he remembers her too. Why did he have to come back into her life just when she seems to have everything you need to be happy? She has good friends, an interesting job and a husband who says he loves her even though he never seems to be there when she really needs him. But he's sexy and kind and knows how to put up shelving. Isn't that enough? Perhaps, she thinks, the key to fulfilment lies not in the present, but in the past. Over fifty years before, Sally's Great-Aunt DeeDee, the official black sheep of the family, disappeared, and Sally becomes determined to find her. As she unravels the intriguing mystery she also begins to learn more about her own heart's true desires, and that the secrets of happiness are often right in front of us...if only we could see them! " ...there are shades of an intense Anne Tyler novel about it...If The Truth Club were a dessert, it would be a tiramisu, multi-layered and definitely substantial with some surprising elements to it. Ultimately satisfying..."
- "Evening Herald". "It is a tour-de-force" - Katie Fforde. "A novel which in turn had me laughing (aloud), entranced, and by the end, a little bit wiser than I was at the beginning." - "Ireland on Sunday". "...a satisfying literary snack, but it's Ms Wynne-Jones's cutesy sense of humour that makes this book so tasty." - "The Sunday Independent". "'Grace Wynne-Jones has written an entertaining, intelligent and genuinely funny story ...this is a great read, especially for commuters, guaranteed to shorten any journey." - "The Irish Times".