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The House of Secrets

Narrated by: Karen Cass
Length: 13 hrs and 23 mins
4 out of 5 stars (44 ratings)
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Summary

When Zoe and Win move into their new home it's meant to be a fresh start. But pushed to the back of a cupboard is a suitcase - inside is a wedding dress, letters and a diary all belonging to a woman called Libby.

Zoe follows Libby's trail across Europe, but when Libby's story takes a darker turn, Zoe becomes increasingly obsessed with discovering what really happened all those years ago.

©2017 Sarra Manning (P)2017 W. F. Howes Ltd

Critic reviews

"Extremely atmospheric and unputdownable. I loved it." (Marian Keyes)
"Deeply satisfying and impossible to put down." (Santa Montefiore, on After the Last Dance.)

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unputdownable

i loved this book so much it. loved all the characters and the story. definitely worth the money .

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It gets better the longer you listen.

I nearly gave up on this one because the portion of the story dedicated to Zoe was so annoying - what a wet lettuce. But Libby's story is far more intriguing because her character is more fully developed, she carries this book.
The narration was good although it was at times impossible to distinguish between male characters.

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kitchen sink drama

Story jumping about makes it difficult to follow. Last chapter only interesting part of the book

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