It Never Was You

Published in April 2013 and currently available as an ebook and paperback

“If you want to read excellent examples of independently published novels…then try ‘Pegasus Falling’ and ‘It Never Was You.'”Damaskcat, Top 50 Reviewer

“another powerfully epic tale. Thomas’s writing is compelling and incredibly engaging.” Lincs Reader, Top 100 Reviewer

“This is a brilliant tour of human experience…I was spellbound” Harry Nicholson, author of Tom Fleck

Harry Williamson is an ex-merchant seaman, a successful businessman and a loving family man. When he disappears from a ferry in the middle of the Irish Sea, his grieving family are left with more questions than answers.

Who on earth is Mary Robinson?
Why did Harry leave her a small fortune in his will?
Had he been unfaithful to his beloved late wife, Lesley?

As they delve into his past, they discover he’s been harbouring a secret which threatens to tear apart the very fabric of their family history.

What unfolds is the heartbreaking story of a quiet, middle class merchant seaman and his unexpected, tragic relationship with a beautiful and exuberant waitress from the Liverpool docks as they struggle to reconcile their feelings for each other with the ever changing attitudes of post-war Britain.

The follow up to the acclaimed Pegasus Falling, It Never Was You continues Thomas’s epic and panoramic saga of how ordinary people coped with some of the most extraordinary and devastating events of the 20th century.

Where to buy It Never Was You



Amazon (link will take you to your local Amazon store)
Barnes & Noble (US – COMING SOON)
Smashwords (for most e-reader devices)
Kobo Books (link will take you to your local Kobo store)

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