The Keeper of Secrets

515rk9UGHRLI have no idea where my copy of The Keeper of Secrets by Julie Thomas came from – it may have come from my Little Free Library, but I’m not certain. In any event, it’s another WWII book – there are just SO many. In this story, we jump from present to past and family to family around antique violins, their origins and secrets. While you have a hint of how the story is going to tie up, the book was well-written and enjoyable. And, of course, while the underlying thread of the Holocaust is awful, the hope, survival, and redemption make it not so painful to read.
four-stars

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