Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Hidden by Catherine McKenzie

Hidden is a story about a person's life and their loved ones after they die. It is about choices, repercussion, secrets we keep  and moving on.


Hidden is told in three different, distinct voices. It is told in chronological order, each person telling a story that is unique to them and their circumstance.

Jeff's unexpected death forever changes the lives of two women, his wife, Claire and his co-worker, Tish. Their lives are interwoven and a chance encounter as Jeff's funeral makes, Claire pause, reevaluate and investigate the relationship he had with Tish.

McKenzie writes an engaging novel that will keep you up way past bedtime. If you haven't read her work before, I suggest you go out and get one of her books, now!

Grade: A

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