From the New York Times best-selling author of The Wrong Man and Eyes on You comes a harrowing new psychological thriller about a successful self-help author who suddenly finds her life spiraling dangerously out of control.
What would you do if you realized that your new husband, a man you adore, is keeping secrets from you - secrets with terrifying consequences?
Bryn Harper, an accomplished self-help author, already has plenty to deal with. She's still recovering from a devastating car accident that has left her haunted by recurring, smoke-filled nightmares. Worse still, she can't shake the ominous feeling her dreams contain a warning.
In the beginning Bryn's husband, Guy, couldn't have been more supportive. But after moving into a new house together, disturbing incidents occur, and Guy grows evasive, secretive. What the hell is going on? she wonders. Then, a woman hired to cater their dinner party is brutally murdered.
As Bryn's world unravels - and yet another woman in town is slain - she must summon her old strength to find answers and protect her own life. Her nightmares may in fact hold the key to unlocking the truth and unmasking the murderer.
With unexpected, riveting twists, The Secrets You Keep is an utterly compelling psychological thriller that once again showcases Kate White's extraordinary storytelling talent.
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I liked that there were many characters in the story so it didn't make it too obvious as to what to look for.
Yes, her narration was good but her accent aggravated me. It was almost that teenage accent where the word "friends" becomes "frunds".
This story followed along the lines of a good Lifetime movie, and I was entertained by it. There were some questions left unanswered though, so if you're the type who noticed every detail in a book, this may bother you. The ending could have been more dramatic too -it felt hurried. The main character's paranoia may be irritating at times, but it does help move the story along.