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Review: Secret Sisters

Secret Sisters by Jayne Ann Krentz

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

A tragic event can either bring people together or force them apart. In Secret Sisters, Madeline's beloved grandmother passes away. Taking over for their family hoteling business, Madeline finally makes the decision to go back to an abandoned hotel owned by her grandmother. This hotel contains happy memories as well as dark secrets. More oft than not, secrets have a way of rising up from shallow graves. Madeline wants to sell this place now that her grandmother is gone. She wants to put it all behind her which is easier said than done. When she arrives, she finds the caretaker has been killed. And it leads to questions if her grandmother really died from an accident. With the help of cantankerous Jack Rayner, Madeline pieces together a history that isn't exactly as she remembers. What it does, is bring back a friendship she should have never let go.

The suspense in this story is well done. Ms. Krentz creates a plausible s…

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