My Review of “The Burial Society” by Nina Sadowsky
WOW! WOW! WOW! I have you to blame, Nina Sadowsky Author of “The Burial Society” for keeping me up all night reading. This is a Psychological Thriller, Mystery, and novel of Suspense. WARNING: Once you get into reading, “The Burial Society”, it is difficult to put down.
A reasonable question that you might ask is what exactly is ‘The Burial Society”? The blurb states, “Catherine, no last name, doesn’t bury the dead. She rescues the living–from intolerable, abusive dangerous lives. Her darkness based witness protection program , the Burial Society, is the last hope for people who desperately need to disappear.”
Kudos to Nina Sadowsky for weaving an intriguing, intense and captivating story. This is like a roller coaster, you go up and down, there are twists and turns, and just when you think you have everything figured out, you have to retrace the clues.
In this story, nothing is truly as it seems, there are betrayals, deadly secrets, and hidden agendas. The author describes her characters as complex, and complicated as circumstances possibly dictate. You are not sure who you can trust. Catherine, no last name, gives hints to her own background. Although, she has safely saved other people through the Burial Society, she regrets a mistake that may have compromised a client, Mallory, several years ago. Catherine notices Mallory’s daughter Nina, in Paris, and starts to observe certain things. Nina finds her father dead in their hotel. Nina’s family is extremely dysfunctional and Catherine mysteriously watches. How can Catherine re-write history? Could this mean trouble for “The Burial Society”? Is anyone really who you think they are?
I would recommend this story for readers who enjoy psychological thrillers, mystery and suspense. I received an Advanced Reading Copy for my honest review.