Friday, November 4, 2011

House of Secrets by Tracie Peterson

House of Secrets by Tracie Peterson follows the Cooper sisters through the eyes of eldest, Bailee Cooper. The girls meet at the family vacation home in Washington state, at the request of their father, after having not been there for fifteen years. The ghosts of the past hit Bailee head on as she struggles to remember missing pieces of her past. All three girls decide to ambush their father about the death of their mother the last time they were there, but is what they remember the truth?

So many truths are packed into this work of fiction by the talented Tracie Peterson. The three sisters have been living their lives and trying to avoid thinking back to the days of their youth. They've put walls up around them, haven't had serious relationships and have worried about mental illness among other things.

When they confront their father the truth begins to unravel and life will never be the same for any of them.

A deep novel that shows how easy it is to grow up and believe lies that were sometimes just your own imagination. An excellent story of redemption and love. Don't miss this one!

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This book was provided for review by Bethany House. All opinions are my own.

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