Secrets We Keep (Paperback)Faith Hogan (author)
Some people are good at keeping secrets but some secrets are never meant to be kept...
The beautiful old Bath House in Ballytokeep has lain empty and abandoned for decades. For devoted pensioners Archie and Iris, it holds too many conflicting memories – sometimes it's better to leave the past where it belongs.
For highflying, top London divorce lawyer Kate Hunt, it's a fresh start – maybe even her future. On a winter visit to see her estranged Aunt Iris she falls in love with the Bath House. Inspired, she moves to Ballytokeep leaving behind her past heartache – but can you ever escape your past or your destiny?
What people are saying about SECRETS WE KEEP:
'A beautiful love story - full of warmth and redemption' - KATE KERRIGAN.
'This is a beautifully written story of second chances, starting afresh and reconciling with the past'
'This book is something really different, one to escape into and an author I'm loving more and more with every book'
'Heartwarming, hopeful, amazing'
'Full of interest, complexity and intrigue'
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Number of pages: 368
Dimensions: 228 x 145 mm
'A beautiful love story - full of warmth and redemption' Kate Kerrigan.
'Faith Hogan navigates beautifully between the community and the individual, forensically investigating moral issues and loyalties with an unflinching, yet humane eye. She is one of the most original and exciting writers to emerge from Ireland in recent times' Afric McGlinchey, award winning poet and author.
'An intricately woven story of love, jealousy and misunderstanding' Diney Costeloe, author of The Throwaway Children.
'I absolute loved this perfect Autumn-y read - Faith Hogan really is a name to watch out for' Claudia Carroll.
'Faith Hogan's story of a woman who finds peace and happiness in an Irish coastal village is beautifully written' Anita Davison.
'Spanning several decades and generations, Secrets We Keep is a hugely ambitious novel ... With its engaging storyline and sense of place this is an absorbing and entertaining read' Sunday Independent (Dublin).
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