Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Keep Quiet by Lisa Scottoline

Jake and Ryan are driving home one night when a tragic accident happens that will change the course of life for everyone.

Jakes and Ryan have to keep the details of that night a secret or reap the consequences. Jake will do anything to protect his teenage son Ryan even if this means keeping his wife out of the loop.

The guilt starts to eat away and when a person who witnessed the crime surfaces and whole new game comes into play.

This is a rather interesting and entraining read but expect some predictability. The characters are well developed and the storyline gives an excellent example of how the choices we make and the lies we tell can multiply.

Grade: A-

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