The Secret Keeper - Kate Morton Reviews
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Newest Review: ... itself throwing out plenty of twists and turns along with way. I found this story to be very clever as it seamlessly ... more
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Kate Morton The Secret Keeper
During a party at the family farm in the English countryside, six ...
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In the present day, 2011, Laurel Nicolson is 66 years old...oh and an Oscar winning actress. She's returned home to be with her sisters, Daphne, Iris, and Rose and her brother Gerry as their mother Dorothy's health begins to rapidly decline. But something has always bothered Laurel, from way back in 1961 when she was just 16 years old, she witnessed her mother stabbing a man to death seemingly to protect herself and baby Gerry who was in her care at the time from him. This man seemed to simply be a random pervert escalating from being a peeping tom to more serious crimes...all except that Laurel heard him call her mother by her name. The police accepted the story at the . Read the complete review
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