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They say everyone has a secret. For Grace Adams, her secret lies underground and was called Rose. She was nine years old when she died...
Grace has lived in the same idyllic Scottish village for almost her entire life. It is the perfect place to raise a family. But then she receives a call from her childhood best friend, Orla, who she hasn’t heard from in years - for good reason.
And when Orla threatens to finally tell the truth about what happened to a little girl called Rose more than 20 years ago, Grace may finally have to face the fact that her darkest secret cannot remain buried forever . . .
©2009 Julie Corbin (P)2014 Audible, Inc.
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By Sue on 11-06-11

Outstanding - Narration & Story

This is a story with many twists and turns. Deep understanding of human character and strong development of all characters. Loved the narrator! She covered a range of voices - young, old, male, female, Scottish, American.

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By Lucy on 10-15-15

Enjoyable listen with a good twist

I did enjoy this book - wasn't sure what to expect with the story but great twist!

I won't spoil anything with the story - did have me hooked with wanting to know the next bit!

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By crowdance on 08-27-15

Degenerated into whiny naval-gazing

I had high hopes for this book. It seemed to be a good premise for a story and it started out well enough. But by about halfway through, I had lost all sympathy for the main character and I was none too keen on any of the other people in the novel either. I suppose the author's idea was to point out that we all have skeletons in our cupboards, but it did just come across as having a really bad group therapy session full of people you just want to slap.

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