The Photograph by Debbie Rix

The Photograph

The Photograph Book Summary

“The Photograph: A gripping love story with a heartbreaking twist” is an utterly beautiful and compelling story of love, loss and a family secret spanning generations. Debbie Rix is the author of this novel. This is the story of two incredibly strong women Sophie in 2017 and her grandmother Rachel in the 1950s. The Photograph is a gentle story equally divided among Sophie and Rachael. In Italy, 1958, Rachael is a young widow with a small child. She’s currently in a small village of Italy while accompanying her father while is runs an archaeological dig. Just widowed, Rachael has borne a young daughter. She fell in love that following summer for young Tommaso. This beautiful love only brought her heartache, however. In England, 2017, Sophie is a successful anthropologist, with a loving husband and a beautiful home. She has it all, except for the one desire she has thus been unable to fulfill, that of having a child. This drive has begun to drive a wedge between Sophie and her husband Hamish. Sophie’s desire to mother has become crucial to her happiness, even at the expense of her once happy marriage. Finding a picture of her grandmother Rachael as a young woman might just prove to be just the distraction that Sophie needs. Never would she have imagined that also throwing herself into her work might expose an amazing link to her grandmother.

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