When Natalie discovers her father dead in a luxury hotel room in Paris, she’s terrified that his death–or is it a murder?–will open up a history she’d rather forget. Years before, her mother went missing from their home i
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The Burial Society is an organization based in Paris run by a woman named Catherine. She provides a service for women that want to escape to safety from domestic abuse. The Society provides them with new identities along with a safe haven from their former lives. Three years earlier, Mallory Burrows reached out to Catherine for assistance after receiving numerous threats. Mallory started receiving these warnings after her ongoing affair in Westport, CT. Catherine wasn’t able to help, and with th
Three years later, Mallory Borrows’ family is living in Paris. Her daughter, Natalie, finds her father, Brian, murdered in their apartment. The police believe the murder is due to a botched robbery. Natalie and her older brother Jake are skeptical and begin their own investigation. Brian Burrows’ death catches the attention of Catherine from The Burial Society. Her curiosity, along with her prior connection to their mother, convinces her to investigate. Perhaps this can help soften her guilt about failing to help Mallory all those years ago.
Each chapter in The Burial Society is told in a different character’s point of view. This is a fun twisty mystery that is hard to put down. This is the Nina Sadowsky’s second novel.
The Burial Society by Nina Sadowsky is a psychological thriller that to be honest I struggled with my feelings on the entire book. The synopsis is a tad misleading on this one as it mainly promotes Catherine and the Burial Society that has been set up to help out victims but in one such case Catherine feels she failed.
The story however with this one has many different characters that are given a voice as the point of view switches with each chapter. The chapters are also fairly short so especial
it was ok
This was way too confusing for me with short chapters constantly changing from one character to another. This drove my crazy and I couldn’t keep all the characters straight! As soon as I started to follow one characters narrative, it switched to another.
I liked the sound of the premise of having a covert witness protection service in London. They rescue people from abusive situations and give them a new identity, but I wasn’t able to keep tract of the plot.
I do think the author is talented, but