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The Secrets She Keeps 11 Hours, 58 MinutesIn The Bestselling Tradition Of The Girl On The Train And In A Dark, Dark Wood, From The Internationally Bestselling Author Whom Stephen King Called An Absolute Master Of The Psychological Thriller, Comes A Riveting Suspense Novel About The Unlikely Friendship Between Two Pregnant Women That Asks How Far Would You Go To Create The Perfect Family Agatha Is Pregnant And Works Part Time Stocking Shelves At A Grocery Store In A Ritzy London Suburb, Counting Down The Days Until Her Baby Is Due As The Hours Of Her Shifts Creep By In Increasing Discomfort, The One Thing She Looks Forward To At Work Is Catching A Glimpse Of Meghan, The Effortlessly Chic Customer Whose Elegant Lifestyle Dazzles Her Meghan Has It All Two Perfect Children, A Handsome Husband, A Happy Marriage, A Stylish Group Of Friends, And She Writes Perfectly Droll Confessional Posts On Her Popular Parenting Blog Posts That Agatha Reads With Devotion Each Night As She Waits For Her Absent Boyfriend, The Father Of Her Baby, To Maybe Return Her Calls When Agatha Learns That Meghan Is Pregnant Again, And That Their Due Dates Fall Within The Same Month, She Finally Musters Up The Courage To Speak To Her, Thrilled That They Now Have The Ordeal Of Childbearing In Common Little Does Meghan Know That The Mundane Exchange She Has With A Grocery Store Employee During A Hurried Afternoon Shopping Trip Is About To Change The Course Of Her Not So Perfect Life Forever With Its Brilliant Rendering Of The Secrets Some Women Hold Close And A Shocking Act That Cannot Be Undone, The Secrets She Keeps Delivers A Dark And Twisted Page Turner That Is Absolutely Impossible To Put Down.

10 thoughts on “The Secrets She Keeps

  1. says:

    Whoa now this is how a thriller is done It s storylines like this that get my blood pumping and reignite my love for the creepy and twisted It s dynamic characters like this that manage to garner my unwavering attention It s secrets like this that keep my insides twisted in knots with anticipation of what s to come It s writing like this that makes me want to toss everything else aside and devour the author s backlist In a saturated genre, this is a true standout a wholly addicting thriller that had my eyes glued to the pages in incredulity and disbelief A story that sat me down in a front row seat as the dark side of obsession and the lengths some of us will go to get what we want damn the cost was exposed In the end, what separates justifiable from crazy At one time or another we ve probably all looked at someone and thought, Wow, he she has a perfect life If only I had With social media making everyone accessible at the tap of an app and the tendency to overlook the obvious that what we re actually seeing is a person s happiest moments or a highlight reel...

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    My reviews can also be seen at stars This is my first read from Michael Robotham I loved it How far would you go to create the perfect family How many times have you looked at someone and thought now there is someone who has it all Well I have Plenty of times.We may assume someone who is beautiful, rich, married with children must be happy They must have the perfect life But you know what they say about assuming.The book alternates between Agatha and Meghan s point of view.When Agatha looks at Meghan she sees someone with the perfect life She has a gorgeous home, two beautiful children, and a loving husband While Agatha is at home, pregnant and alone, wondering if her baby daddy, Hayden will ever return her calls Hayden is a sailor who is away for seven months Agatha tells us the silly boy thinks they broke up before he left, but she says he s just overreacting to her going through his phone and reading his emails Now he s avoiding her.But she ll find a way to make him reply to her.Agatha is pregnant and works at a grocery store in an affluent area in London Her favorite part of the day is when Meghan comes into the store.Agatha knows A LOT about Meghan s life She knows her schedule, husband and children s names, as well as what time Meghan picks up her daughter from school She knows Meghan s mothers group m...

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    This is an outstanding psychological thriller that had me completely unable to stop reading until I had finished To say it is compelling is an understatement It is a novel narrated through the perspective of two women expecting babies around the same time from different ends of the social and economic spectrum Meghan is having her third oops child, is married to the well known, good looking sports commentator, Jack, and runs a popular mums blog detailing her everyday life and personal thoughts She has had a privileged lifestyle, and despite elements of her marriage feeling stale and occasionally fraught, loves her husband Agatha is expecting her first child, is involved with a younger man, Hayden, who is a sailor in the Navy She works in a supermarket, sees and relates to Meghan shopping there regularly, and thinks that Meghan has the perfect marriage, husband, and children The two women become friends at Agatha s persistent instigation They connect over their coming births, looking forward to the lives they have planned Only Jack is supremely ambitious and is not so keen on having an unplanned baby Agatha s background has been traumatic, challenging and there is a dark schism between her and her mother, rooted in her dark history with her parents as committed Jehovah s Witnesses Ag...

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    The Secrets She Keeps by Michael Robotham is a 2017 Scribner publication.Whew Now that was intense Agatha, a store clerk, and Meghan, a stay at home mom blogger with a seemingly idyllic life, two women who are vastly different in class and style, find a common ground when their lives casually intersect Meghan meets Agatha in the market she shops in, striking up a conversation over their pregnancies However, what you see on the surface of their lives is not always the same as what lies beneath and that s putting it mildly When this book first started getting a little buzz, I knew I wanted to check it out for myself I also saw that it was compared to Ruth Ware s novel and to Yep one of The Girl books So, I tried to tamp down on my enthusiasm just a bit, worried I would be disappointed Well, I wasn t at all disappointed This is a well constructed thriller, that not only kept the suspense level at a maximum peak, but was an intelligent, clever, and distinct novel I admit, it did make me squirm a little at times, though I had a terrible feeling of foreboding right off, and as I went deeper into the story, that feeling of dread became almost unbearable The characters are spectacularly flawed, morally questionable on several levels, and so you may or may not feel sympathy towards ...

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    A baby has been kidnapped Meghan is keeping a significant secret from her husband Jack They have two small children, Lucy and Lachlan Meghan is pregnant again with their oops pregnancy Meghan runs a mummy blog Jack works for a sports TV network Their marriage has the packaging looks as if all is dandy Good looks, money, the right circle of friends Agatha, single, works in a grocery store stocking shelves She s keeping a significant secret from her boyfriend Hayden, who is away at sea with the Royal Navy This is one of those page turning psychological perplexing stories that might have you wavering in thought but never any hesitancy of eagerness to know how this story is going to conclude My overall thoughts were this I WAS HOOKED I NEVER WANTED TO STOP READING and there were definitely TROUBLE IN PARADISE type situations where I was shaking my head wondering. ok, how ya goin solve this problem and this problem but when I finished the book I was mostly left with very subtle emotions THERE WAS NOT HUGE TWIST..WHICH WAS FI...

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    Absolutely fantastic 5 stars all the way From the first chapter I was hooked Start to finish Meg and Jack have it all Jack is a well known sports broadcaster Meg is a stay at home mom with 2 beautiful children, and is pregnant again This is their oops baby.Agatha, a troubled woman with a sad disturbing past, works stocking shelves at the local market She covets everything Meg has from her beautiful straight hair, her stylish maternity jeans to her seemingly perfect life She watches Meg closely, wanting to be near herwanting desperately to have what she has Told from alternating points of view of both Agatha and Meg Characters were brilliantly authentic I connected with both of them Yes, and at times even Agatha yikes So many layers to this book Nothing is as simple as it seems Secrets, lies and hidden pasts Nobody s life is perfect What you see isn t always what it...

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    Hands up if you have an absolutely perfect life No, thought not Life is a roller coaster of experiences, it CAN be perfect at times, and truly awful at others Agatha however, perceives Meghan s life to be absolutely perfect living in a beautiful house with the handsome TV sports presenter husband, two children a girl and a boy, no financial worries, and a wide circle of stylish friends Meghan is expecting her third child Agatha is expecting too, and she longs to connect with Meghan, but they have completely opposing lives, with Agatha working in a local supermarket It s from there that she watches Meghan when she s buying her groceries Eventually Agatha manages to engage Meghan in conversation, and they find that their babies are due around the same time Meghan actually likes Agatha, and they become very friendly However, little does Meghan know that this friendship will alter the course of her life in a most devastating manner Though they...

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    Oh Wow I absolutely loved this book I was just going to say that I was hooked from the very beginning to the end but that would not of been a true statement The beginning really fooled me I thought it was going to be a whole different genre at first I even had to go and check the genre Did anyone else feel the same way in the beginning of the book or was it just me I am so happy I didn t DNF it because I would of really been missing out I found this to be a shocking dark twisty read My jaw dropped numerous times while reading it After the beginning it turned out to be a page turner I couldn t put it down I was so intrigued There was action throughout the book I don t like it when all the action is at the end of the book.Two pregnant women become friends when they learn they are due only days apart There friendship is very unlikely since they both are so different Agatha works part time stocking shelves at a grocery store in a rich London suburb Meghan has two perfect children, a handsome husband, named Jack, a happy marriage, a popular group of friends, and she writes confessional posts on her popular parenting blog Both of them are keeping secrets, which could change their lives forever How far would you go to create the perfect family Agatha is fascinated with Meghan She follows Meghan everywhere and watches her with her group of friends at a coffee shop She follows Meghan when she picks up her k...

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    5 Masterful Riveting Spellbinding Stars Full Review now posted closer to publication date.Have you ever told a lie One that becomes bigger and bigger the you tell it One that makes you keep secrets from those you love Such that you want to believe your lies than anything and almost forget what is a lie and what is the truth I think we ve all told little white lies but who has told big nasty lies that make you keep secrets from those you love I think that s pretty hard to admit to Yet in The Secrets She Keeps by the brilliant Michael Robotham, its easier than it seems and Meghan and Agatha, both of the main characters in this book, are guilty of it to some degree.Meghan is a happily married mother of two She seemingly has it all She is a successful writer of a mommy blog who once had a great career before having children with her husband Jack Now, they are pregnant again with their oops baby She couldn t be thrilled, though it takes Jack a while to warm up to the idea Life seems idyllic, though things are never as they seem Meghan s family is all that matters to her and she will do whatever it takes to protect it, and herself, even when the house falls down around her Agatha has struggled all of her life, going through a myriad of tri...

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    POW, right in the kisser Wait There s not one iota of violence in this tense thriller The POW is just a WOW Agatha is a psycho, and oh is she a good one so creepy and twisted Her plan is clever and her prey, who is an acquaintance, is clueless I love well drawn psychopaths, just love them as long as they re on a page and not on my street I get all busy trying to understand how their sicko mind works, and in this case I loved all the ingenious justifications that she came up with for the horror she wreaked Agatha is not exactly cold blooded, it s that her past and no doubt her genes have made her mental and she can t stop what she s doing.The chapters alternate between Agatha and her prey of sorts, Meg It s first person narration, which I happen to love because I feel like the characters are talking to ME, and I usually don t feel the least bit detached I feel privileged that the characters are letting me in on their well guarded secrets Naturally I was enad with Agatha because she was so smart and unpredictable And then I would feel all weird that my fascination with her made her chapters fun to read Meg was sort of bland and predictable, so I was slightly less thrilled to get to her chapters I did like her, though, and she was super well drawn And she has her own secret and the anguish that comes with it Also, she does a really cool and unexpected thing at the ...

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