Cover to Cover - Episode 28
Guest: Sara Foster
Book Review - The Hidden Hours (Simon & Schuster)
Sara Foster knows a lot about secrets — and about the damage that can be done when people hold onto them. In The Hidden Hours, secrets are piling up all over the place. Eleanor, who has travelled to London to escape the demons of her traumatic childhood, is horrified to find herself caught at the centre of a murder investigation. As the narrative progresses, the backstory of Eleanor’s harrowing childhood in Australia is spliced with her present-day quest to discover who has killed Arabella Lane. Foster weaves a tight tale, ratcheting suspense and creating an intense atmosphere of claustrophobia as Eleanor races to uncover what is hidden. Grab a copy of this compelling novel and then settle into a comfortable chair, because once you begin reading you won’t want to get up until you’ve reached the final page.
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Each month on Cover to Cover, we ask our guest author to recommend another great book by a West Australian author. Sara's recommendation was A Single Stone by Meg McKinlay.