Brad Meltzer’s ‘The House of Secrets’ Is Adventure Fiction At Its Best [REVIEW]


If you love good old adventure yarns, you won’t want to miss THE HOUSE OF SECRETS. It is so much fun, it should come with a lap bar and a sign that says, “you must be this tall to board this ride!”

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Father and daughter A woman finds out the stories her father told her as a child may just be true after all in Brad Meltzer and Tod Goldberg’s The House of Secrets. (Photo by Joana Kruse, Arcangel Images)

When an amnesiac awakens in a hospital she can’t even remember her own name. She definitely can’t remember the family secrets that were passed down from one generation to the next. Nor can she recall the tragic car accident that landed her there in the first place. So when strangers show up asking mysterious questions, what’s a girl to do? Find out in Brad Meltzer and Tod Goldberg’s brilliant thriller, The House of Secrets. 

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