SecrecyBook - 1997
A compelling story filled with Belva Plain's signature storytelling genius, Secrecy is a novel about layers of hidden truths and an unspoken subject: rape. It focuses on three women: the mother of the teenage girl who was raped, the mother of the boy who committed the crime, and the girl herself, who becomes a brilliant architect. When her first major project is abruptly halted, exposing long-dormant secrets and deceptions, the lives of many people will be forever changed.With her extraordinary narrative abilities and her finger on the pulse of contemporary issues, Belva Plain once again has produced a provocative, powerful new novel.
Publisher: New York : Delacorte Press, 1997
Branch Call Number: FICTION Pla
Description: 344 pages ; 24 cm