Secrets Keep

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Signature Books, 1995 - Fiction - 284 pages
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The trouble with Caitlin is that she's obsessed with her work as a crime reporter. And troubled by it. The scenes she writes about stay with her when she's in bed with her husband at night and when she's driving the children to school in the morning.

Things go from bad to worse when Caitlin's older brother disappears. Not only is the era ire extended family thrown into a crisis, but the closer they become and the more they learn about each other, including a startling revelation about a hushed-up family suicide, the more uncomfortable they feel.

All in all Caitlin's is probably a typical Salt Lake City family. But Linda Sillitoe peels back layers of pretense in a story that begins like a dream that one remembers only well enough to be unnerved by. For Caitlin, it is a nightmare that has become real.

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User Review  - Emily - Goodreads

Really interesting look at LDS life, an insider who wants to be an outsider POV. Does that make sense? Read full review


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About the author (1995)

Sillitoe is a journalist (Deseret News, Utah Holiday).

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