From the publishers of Sebastian Faulks and Douglas Kennedy, a new writer with the same storytelling strengths and bestseller potential.
Andrew Rosenheim came to England from America as a Rhodes Scholar in 1977 and has lived near Oxford ever since. He is the author of Stillriver (published by Hutchinson in 2004). He is married and has twin daughters.
PRAISE FOR KEEPING SECRETS
Rosenheim delivers some cracking prose and is a writer of discerning intelligence
A neatly shaped story written in transparent prose with occasional flashes of poetry ... there are sharp twists and turns, with shocking revelations; the pace is fast, the prose lean ... readers will not find themselves bored for a second
This novel is full of suspense but is also unashamedly romantic in a Sebastian Faulks-ish way