The Keeper of Lost Things (mini-review)

Finished The Keeper of Lost Things by Ruth Hogan. I received a copy for review. 

Anthony has been collecting lost objects in the hope of eventually reuniting them with their owners. It’s a compulsion after he lost something precious: his fiancee’s St. Theresa medal–which he lost on the day she died. It becomes his way to atone. 

This novel is definitely more character-driven than plot-driven. As a result, it took me some time to really get into the story. Once I did, though, I was completely in love. 

These characters are all delightful. Be patient, but if you are, you will adore this story. 

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