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Publisher's Summary

A psychological thriller of obsession and betrayal, where three characters are set on a collision course: Natalie, a grieving daughter with a history she dare not reveal; her brother, who has some dark secrets of his own; and a beautiful woman named Catherine with a talent for making people in trouble disappear.
When Natalie discovers her father dead in a luxury hotel room in Paris, she's terrified that his death - or is it a murder? - is the key to a tangled nest of seductions and dark family secrets. Years before, Natalie's mother went missing from their home in a wealthy Connecticut suburb, triggering a chain of violence that echoed through the years. Watching from the shadows, the mysterious and alluring Catherine holds more answers than anyone would guess.
©2018 Nina Sadowsky (P)2018 Random House Audio
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5 out of 5 stars
By Cupcakecat on 03-03-18

Audible "page-turner"

Would you listen to The Burial Society again? Why?

Couldn't "put it down" - a really good and enjoyable listen - plowed through it fast - catchy story. Hope it's the first in the series...

What other book might you compare The Burial Society to and why?

Has a similar feel to Girl on the Train, but doesn't take itself so seriously.

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5 out of 5 stars
By JANET STEINMAN on 02-03-18

Great story! Kept me guessing....

But some of the narriation was predictable and boring. And the parts that the author left out was disappointing. Why was she so into the family? What was her background story? The reader had a right to know so I felt betrayed

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