The Brothers' Keepers is full of suspense and surprising plot twists. I was drawn into the book immediately, with the mystery beginning in the very first pages. The point of view changes between characters, but it is only written in first person when it is Grace. That took a little time to adjust to, but I liked it.
Of course the book ended with some answered questions as well as the unanswered ones which point to an exciting third (or more) book.
I plan to share this series with my Mom. She enjoys suspense books as much as I do. I have a new favorite author now!
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. No other compensation was received.
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