Book Reviews of Hidden Secrets

Hidden Secrets
Hidden Secrets
Author: Cait London
ISBN-13: 9780060555894
ISBN-10: 0060555890
Publication Date: 2/1/2005
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 38 ratings
Publisher: Avon
Book Type: Paperback
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Extremely good mystery....kept me guessing until the very end.
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the pieces of a monsterous puzzle are scattered everywhere, waiting for someone to fit them together.
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Great romantic suspense.
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Good book.....first time reading this author.
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great book keeps you going to the end
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Another wonderful book by Cait London....never the classic love story..always a twist that you don't see cming and never a let down.
"The pieces of a monstrous puzzle are scattered everywhere,waiting for someone to fit them together.."A child lost and mixed up family and many deaths later the plot thickens...a great read.
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Like everyone else in the small village of Godfrey, Washington, Marlo Malone's peaceful existence was shattered by terrible events that rocked the community; a brutal, unsolved murder...a series of fateal accidents...and the strange disappearance of a young boy from the car crash that killed his parents. But unlike everyone else, Marlo can't shake the sickening intuition that these incidents are connected..and that the men in her life are somhow involved.
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Didn't make it far in this one, very poorly written, a story should take off within the first 50 pages and this one just doesn't hold your interest that long. Poorly executed beginning and didn't get any better.