The Secret Keeper

Just finished The Secret Keeper by Kate Morton, my first of her books.

Sandra loved it which really should have warned me. She likes books with lots of characters to immerse yourself in. As with real life I really can’t be bothered with all that detail.

Give me the necessary facts and get on with the story.

As such a 590 page book could easily have been 200 for me.

Sands struggled to put the book down. I could hardly be bothered to pick it up. Until the last 100 pages when the story kicked in.

Well written. Good story, especially at the end. If you like books with characters you will like it.

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