Saturday, February 22, 2020

Book Review: The Keeper of Lost Things

by Ruth Hogan

Partial synopsis from Bas Bleu Upon his death, Anthony Peardew unexpectedly bequeaths his estate— including a secret collection of misplaced trinkets he's collected for decades—to his assistant, Laura.

My thoughts:  It didn't take me long to fall in love with the main characters of this book, especially Daisy.  I love their kindness as they find their way to the owners of these lost items.  The stories of each person's loss include a myriad of emotions, everything from love to revenge.  Some of the objects were tossed deliberately, but most were misplaced on accident.  Daisy's intuition has a way of keeping them safe from the ghost of the estate and just a few steps ahead of the skeletons in each of their closets.  This is definitely one that I would recommend.

What have you been reading?  

;-)  -Marci


  1. Thanks for the review and recommendation!

  2. That sounds great! I just finished All the Light We Cannot see; a gripping WWII novel.

  3. I need to read this. Stay safe.


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