This "touching, insightful, and gripping story" (Sophie Kinsella, New York Times bestselling author) from the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Then She Was Gone follows a young woman searching for answers about her mysterious past. When she was a child, Melody Browne's house burned down, destroying all her family's possessions and her memories. Ever since this tragic event, Melody has had no recollection of her life before she was rescued from the flames. Now in her early thirties, Melody is a single mother, living in the middle of London with her teenaged son. She hasn't seen her parents since she left home at fifteen, but she has no desire to reconnect until one night, while attending a hypnotist show with a date, she faints. When she comes around, she is suddenly overwhelmed with fragmented memories of her life before that fateful fire. Slowly, she begins the arduous process of piecing together the real story of her childhood. Her journey takes her up and down the countryside, to seaside towns to the back streets of London, where she meets strangers who seem to love her like their own. But the more answers she uncovers, the more questions she is left with, and Melody can't help but wonder if she'll ever know the whole truth about her past. Filled with "classic storytelling" (Elle) and unforgettable characters that will stay with you long after the final page, The Truth About Melody Browne is "an absolute must-read" (Cosmopolitan, UK).