My rating: 4 of 5 stars
In Places Hidden is my very first book by Tracie Peterson. I came upon this novel during a giveaway and the name of the book caught my attention and as a historical fiction lover, I could not let it pass me by.
The story starts with Camri’s arrival to San Francisco. Since her brother gone missing and her parents felt sick, a young girl takes the matter of her brother’s search into her own hands. On her way to San Fransisco she meets Kenzie and Judith, and after short acquaintances, Camri invites them to stay at her brother’s house. During her stay in the city, she meets Caleb’s friends who help Camri with her mission.
In Places Hidden is a sweet and quick read. It combines a little mystery, heartbreaks, and a love story (is) in its 200+ pages. It also introduces the reader to woman empowerment, religion and difference ethnicity classes in the early 1900s. I enjoyed the story and the characters, however, I was left with so many unanswered questions at the end of the book. I would usually complain about it, but taking to account that this is a first novel of the series, I hope out lovely author will answer my questions in the next book.
I received this book from Bethany House Pub for an honest review.