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Trust is a novel about two very different sisters, and their families - about secrets and how they unfold, about loyalty, and betrayal, and finding the strength to grasp the truth about your self. Veitch garnered a lot of support with her first novel, Listen. Trust promises to be just as gripping.
As reviewed by Toni Whitmont in the May 2010 Booktopia Buzz. Click here to see all of Booktopia's Newsletters.
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I'm a lucky woman, thinks Susanna Greenfield. And why wouldn't she? Her handsome, successful husband is a loving father to their two teenage children. Her mother is her dearest friend, and her scatty but adored younger sister seems to have finally found some stability in her life. Susanna has a solid career as an art teacher, and if, as she's recently discovered, there's a hole inside her where her creative spirit used to be – is that really such a big price to pay?
But beneath the carefully maintained surface, seismic forces are at work. Fault lines are forming, not only in Susanna, but within each beloved member of her family. In a single, tragically ill-judged moment, the fabric it has taken a lifetime to construct can be torn apart.
Human frailties, and the power of the ties that bind us: this is Kate Veitch's territory, explored with characteristic warmth and honesty in her absorbing portrait of a family thrown into crisis.
Number Of Pages: 368
Published: 3rd May 2010
Dimensions (cm): 23.2 x 15.5 x 2.700
Weight (kg): 23.2