The Secrets We Kept Review

The Secrets We Kept Book Cover

The Secrets We Kept Book Cover

The Columbus Dispatch describes The Secrets We Kept by Lara Prescott as “A page-turner that is at once a spy thriller, historical fiction, and heartfelt romance…A thumping good story.” Yes, you are right? We had the same question. How can one novel be a historical function, a spy thriller, and a heartfelt romance at the same time? Well, we are sure that only Lara Prescott is the one to intersect all of these seemingly polar opposite genres in one story.

Set in the 1950s (the era of the cold war) The Secrets we kept is a story of a mistress who suffers years in a Gulag rather than betrays her married love. Through her detailed focus on the ups and downs of a mistress’s life, Lara Prescott draws our attention towards a much important part of the cold war and its history, which is often neglected in mainstream history.

Through her exceptional writing skills, in the book, Lsra Prescott demonstrates the role of women to advance this objective, giving us an absorbing, scintillating, and exceptionally well-paced page-turner that will have you canceling dates and burning dinner to keep reading. In The Secrets We Kept, an intriguing and little-known chapter of literary history is brought to life with brio.

About the book:

The Secrets We Kept eBook

Author: Lara Prescott

Publisher: Knopf; First Edition

Publish date: (September 3, 2019)

Pages: 336 pages

ISBN-10: 0525656154

ISBN-13: 978-0525656159

Language: English

Genres: Political Fiction, Historical Romance

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Content creator at PDFORIGIN, Fareeha Hashmi is a creative who looks at life through all forms of art, music, and literature. You can find her in her armchair, sipping tea and flipping pages.

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