Monday, November 10, 2014
The Silent Sister by Diane Chamberlain
Sometimes family secrets stay buried and sometimes they resurface. Riley learns more about her families past then she ever bargained for when she returns home to clean up her father's affairs after his death.
Riley has spent nearly her entire life believing her older sister, Lisa is dead, however she uncovers information telling her otherwise. Riley makes it her mission to find the sister she never knew.
Lisa and Riley both narrate their own life stories. Chamberlain, does an excellent job at giving them distinct voices and keeping the reader entertained!
There are a few plot twists along the way and despite figuring things out before they are divulged, I enjoyed the read and suspect you might too.
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