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Keeping Secrets

(Laurel and Helen New York Mystery #2)

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As a senior editor at "Women Now" magazine, beautiful and talented Laurel Imperiole has a life most thirty-somethings would kill for.

When she responds to a series of frantic e-mails from a reader who’s learned that her fiancé may be using several fake identities, she sets off a chain of events that topples her once-secure world.

Teaming up with Helen McCorkendale, a veteran
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Paperback, 298 pages
Published November 1st 2013 by Camel Press (first published October 21st 2013)
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Georgiann Hennelly
Jan 03, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Laurel is a reporter for Women Now a New york Magazine. She has recieved a series of emails from Annie Ellsworth she is in fear for her life, she has just discovered her fiance is not who he claims to be he has several alias and she is afraid of what he will do if he finds out she knows . Laurel empathizes with Anne, and she sees a great opportunity to rescue her and also write a story on hidden identities. Helen Mc Corkendale is a private eye and close friend of Laurels she agrees to investigat ...more
Patty Labozzo
Dec 14, 2013 rated it it was amazing
From the very start of this contemporary New York mystery, female leads Laurel and Helen uncover, reveal and immerse us readers in "secrets"... some good, some bad, and all involving identity theft, greedy bankers and dirty politicians. Weaving romances just as colorful as the mysteries unraveled, and just as satisfyingly resolved. I loved the storyline, as well how Ms. Stoler interconnected the characters in such a believable, spellbinding, I-can't-put-this-book-down way. Such a great read, I h ...more
Gayla Glass
Mar 13, 2014 rated it it was ok
It was ok. I really don't love when characters constantly do things that they are unsure of or know will cause problems with/for the people they "love". Laurel and Helen both tend to make their little plans and not involve each other or their loved ones, even when they are involved. Laurel likes maybe even loves Aaron, but still lies to him and does things that she knows will push him away, yes he is overprotective, but still...... It was just ok for me.
Kevin Egan
Dec 09, 2013 rated it really liked it
Strange e-mails, the modern equivalent of a cry in the night, kick off a carefully interwoven web of lies. The Manhattan of trendy restaurants and upscale clubs is accurately rendered. With Laurel and Helen using all their wits to survive, Keeping Secrets keeps you turning pages.
Marilyn
May 04, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Great

the way the miffed and the crime lords comptet are so horable that one can o my image the way the control people.
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Cathi Stoler is a native New Yorker. She attended the Fashion Institute of Technology of the State University of New York. After graduation Cathi began her career as an advertising copywriter starting in fashion, then working on major brands. Deciding to explore her ambition to write fiction, she turned to the genre she loved the most, mystery/suspense novels.

Her publishing credentials include th
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