Sacred Trust When Abby Northrup s best friend Marti Bright is found nailed to a homemade wooden cross on a windswept hill in Carmel California Abby is thrust into a nightmare she may never escape from alive Co

  • Title: Sacred Trust
  • Author: Meg O'Brien
  • ISBN: 9781551665863
  • Page: 360
  • Format: Paperback
  • When Abby Northrup s best friend, Marti Bright, is found nailed to a homemade wooden cross on a windswept hill in Carmel, California, Abby is thrust into a nightmare she may never escape from alive.Compelled by grief and shock, she begins to piece together what happened to the woman she loved like a sister With her marriage to an influential politician in tatters and herWhen Abby Northrup s best friend, Marti Bright, is found nailed to a homemade wooden cross on a windswept hill in Carmel, California, Abby is thrust into a nightmare she may never escape from alive.Compelled by grief and shock, she begins to piece together what happened to the woman she loved like a sister With her marriage to an influential politician in tatters and her perfect life only a carefully fabricated illusion, Abby focuses instead on Marti probing their past, the time the two friends spent in a convent, and the secrets they d kept all these years.But as Abby reaches further and further into the maze of Marti s last days, she realizes that the woman she thought she knew so well was keeping secrets from her and that her own life is linked to her friend s in ways she never imagined in ways that could make her a vengeful killer s next victim.

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    One thought on “Sacred Trust”

    1. What a wasteI am sooo disappointed! This was a great book, at least 4 stars, until the last 10 pages. The author BLEW IT! I can't believe no body caught her mistake!! The book was so suspensful I couldn't even attempt to get anything done until I knew the ending, unfortunately it didn't make sense. The secret service agent was sent to look for the missing kid but the kid doen't go missing until he decides to blackmail the lawyer.what???? HUGE MISTAKE. I think the author decided to change the kil [...]

    2. This is a busy little book with several busy little themes. We have a bazaar murder, a kidnapped child, a missing husband, possible involvement with the POTUS, involvement by 2 secret service agents, the missing husband having an affair with the protagonist's (TP) sister, TP having an affair with a police officer, TP having had a close friendship with the murder victim, a former nun having been the teacher of both TP and the victim, a real estate scam, etc. The book is rather mediocre, but has a [...]

    3. L'intrigue est plutôt bien menée, basée sur une des turpitudes cachées de l'église catholique aux E.U (Dieu que les américains aiment détester les catholiques !). Mais l'écriture est factuelle, morne (la faute à la traduction ?), incapable de nous faire ressentir un minimum d'empathie pour des personnages transparents, prévisibles et sans profondeur. Une image de la société américaine qui me tient à distance.

    4. the whole story does not make sense and it is a pity, because you had some ideas which could be interesting. The author is trying to hard to prove that some people are evil, and it just gets out of hands.

    5. A heroine I didn't like, a boring plot, and far too many unanswered questions at the end. I usually like this author, but despite the great premise, the story went off on odd tangents and by the end, I didn't care who did it. And who did it was not supported at all by the story lines.

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