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Tell Me No Secrets

By: Lynn Chandler Willis
Narrated by: Rachael Warren
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In the heart of Appalachia, newspaper publisher Ava Logan should feel joy and pride as she watches her 13-year-old daughter being baptized in the cold water of Jackson Creek - but she can't rejoice when thoughts of an employee who failed to show up for work keep pulling her attention away. 

Ava's convinced something horrible has happened to Scott. Then his backpack is found floating in the same river her daughter is being baptized in. While clue after clue leads her deeper into the hollers of Appalachia - ripe with tradition and folktales, storefront religion, and the darkest of secrets, Ava discovers truths about those close to her and about her own beliefs. 

With her own life in jeopardy, how deep will she go to find the truth? What secrets will she expose? What secrets will she keep?

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  • Beatrice
  • 07-10-19

5 Stars

This is a well written and well paced book. I was so into it that I didn't realize that I was at the end. I enjoyed the characters who were flawed and behaved realistically. It was well worth the wait.