Three gripping debut novels about motherhood and the bond between sisters – perfect for fans of the Richard & Judy Book Club.YESTERDAY’S SUNHow could you ever choose between your own life and the life of your child?Newlyweds Holly and Tom have just moved into an old manor house in the English countryside. When Holly discovers a moondial in the garden, little does she suspect that it will change her life forever. For the moondial has a curse.Each full moon, Holly can see into the future – and the moondial is offering her a desperate choice: sacrifice her own life and give Tom the baby he has always wanted; or save herself and erase the daughter she’s falling in love with…THE SEA SISTERSTwo sisters, one life-changing journey…Katie’s carefully structured world is shattered by the news that her headstrong younger sister, Mia, has been found dead in Bali – and the police claim it was suicide.With only the entries of Mia’s travel journal as her guide, Katie retraces the last few months of her sister’s life, and – page by page, country by country – begins to uncover the mystery surrounding her death.What she discovers changes everything. But will her search for the truth push their sisterly bond – and Katie – to breaking point?SOMEONE TO WATCH OVER MEWhen Carrie’s five-year old son, Charlie, disappeared on a Norfolk beach, her world was destroyed. Now, three years on, she is persuaded by her mother to visit a local medium. Initially sceptical, Carrie is blown away when he appears to reveal something about Charlie’s disappearance; something that nobody could ever have known except herself.Single mum, Molly, is worried about her young son, Max, who has been having more of his little ‘accidents’ at school and has recently starting talking again to his imaginary friend.Molly knows that Max’s problems stem from his very real anxieties about his father – a violent and unstable man – who they are now in hiding from.Little do the women know that their worlds are about to converge – and both of them will have to face the thing they fear the most. But could the truth destroy them?