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HIDDEN

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

The former editor, and wife of blockbuster author Eric Van Lustbader, tries her hand at fiction with a sprawling, character-packed, emotionally spiraling historical saga joining the fates of two families in post-WWI New York. In the army, two young men from very different families forge a lifelong friendship. Jed Gates is a wealthy mama's boy, scion of the Gates department store family; handsome ... Read full review

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Editorial Review - Bookreporter.com - Carole Turner

HIDDEN spans the years 1917 to 1928, which is a time of great turmoil and change in America: world war, Prohibition, the Roaring Twenties. This lengthy novel tells the story of two disparate families: the Gates family headed by Joe, who is wealthy, powerful, and highly regarded both politically and socially and the Warshinsky family, headed by impractical, impoverished Viktor, a Russian Jewish ... Read full review

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User Review  - Meg - A Bookish Affair - Goodreads

This book started out with a lot of promise but as the story went along, it got slower. I also found it difficult to keep track of all of the different characters. Thank goodness for the family tree ... Read full review

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