BOOK REVIEW: Truths I Never Told You by Kelly Rimmer

Title: Truths I Never Told You
Author: Kelly Rimmer
Publication: April 14, 2020
Publisher: Graydon House; Harlequin
Genre: Mystery
Pages: 352

SYNOPSIS: (From Goodreads)

REVIEW:

**A copy of this book was provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.**

Usually when I read a mystery novel I am expecting suspense and thrills to go along with it. Truths I Never Told You by Kelly Rimmer is not that kind of mystery. It’s a domestic mystery and one of my first of its kind. And I loved it.

Truths I Never Told you had so many questions I wanted answers to and I was not able to figure them out. I couldn’t stop flipping the page. I found the details about the main character’s post partum depression very accurate. I think that topic, which a lot of authors don’t write about, paired with the family mystery in this novel made it that much more intriguing and unique.

The family aspect that Rimmer wrote was so true to so many families. Each sibling has their own role in the family. The Alzheimers the father had was a great twist to the story and written beautifully, as non-beautiful as Alzheimers is. I think my favorite part of this novel was the fact that there were hard pressing topics that I don’t get to read about, family drama, and a mystery I wanted to solve so bad I couldn’t put it down.

A lover of mystery, family stories, and mental health then you need to pick up Truths I Never Told You by Kelly Rimmer.

STAR RATING: 5/5

Pick up a copy of Truths I Never Told You by Kelly Rimmer on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and check your local bookstore. Also make sure to add it to your To Reads list on Goodreads and leave feedback for the author when you are finished. Check out more from author Kelly Rimmer on her website here.

About Kristin Downer

Super Mom and Awesomely Nerdy Lady who can’t stand to sit still. Delving into the online world I ran a successful online radio channel and blog that brought fans up close and personal with their favourite music, television and movie stars. Now, with my hilariously nerdy partners in crime, we are hiding our nerdyness no more! Twitter: @Kristin_Downer

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