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Publisher's Summary

Some bury their secrets close to home, others scatter them to the wind and hope they land somewhere far away.

Judith Kratt inherited all the Kratt family had to offer - the pie safe, the copper clock, the murder that no one talks about - and she knows in her old bones that it's time to make an inventory of her household and its valuables. But she finds that cataloging the family belongings - as well as their misfortunes - won't contain her family's secrets, not when her wayward sister suddenly returns, determined to expose skeletons that the Kratts had hoped to take to their grave.

Interweaving the present with chilling flashbacks from one fateful evening in 1929, Judith pieces together the influence of her family on their small South Carolina cotton town, learning that the devastating effects of dark family secrets can last a lifetime and beyond.

©2019 Andrea Bobotis (P)2019 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Not what I expected

The book was a little slow at times but picked up toward the middle as the various memories started to intertwine. I loved the memories attached to the various inventory items. The story did leave several unanswered questions however.

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Marvelous book!

The story was captivating. The author did an amazing job of setting the stage and the characters. The mystery was unknown until the end. Excellent!!

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Lovely

Starts out slow but push through. It’s a wonderful story. You won’t regret it. Beautiful

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Wonderful, Intriguing, Spellbinding Listen

You will not want to miss a word of this creatively written book! It will hold you captive until the very end!

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Loved It!!

My book club chose this book to discuss at our next meeting. I am so glad they did. I loved the story, the details and all the characters really came to life! Bernadette Dunbar did an excellent job as a narrator! I was sad when when I finished the book because I miss the characters. I miss their stories. I want more of their lives!

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Rich story telling!

Such a beautiful and richly woven story of family history and secrets. Loved every minute.

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Good Story

I enjoyed the book a lot. It was a uniquely written story and premis, with a good appropriate southern, sort of aristocratic storytelling voice to match the character.

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Top Notch

Excellent drama. The relationships of the Kratt family and the community of Bound are very real and the reader gets emotionally involved as the story progresses. Judith’s narrative is clearly based on her interpretation of the relationships in the story. Well written!!

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Loved it!

I loved the story. It truly does ring true of the early south. I couldn't stop listening and hated when it ended. The narrator was absolutely WONDERFUL! The southern dialect was dead on, which is a must when listening to a Southern based story.