Kate Veitch

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Trust

book | Fiction | 2010
ANZ → Penguin
US → Plume
What does it take to be a good woman – and what does it take from you?

Susanna Greenfield has a lot on her plate. She's given her all to being a good daughter, sister, wife, and mother, managing to maintain her profession as a college art teacher, as well as rearing two headstrong teenagers and nurturing a twenty-year marriage to Gerry, a confident, ambitious architect. She's also the eternal peacemaker between her pretty younger sister Angie, former junkie turned born-again Christian, and their strong-willed mother, Jean.

Just when Susanna is struggling to revive her creative career, a devastating accident rips apart the fabric of her world, exposing secrets which threaten to destroy both a marriage, and a life. Plumbing the rich emotional vocabulary of faith and betrayal, loyalty and forgiveness, Trust is the story of a woman's search for identity, and the challenge of finding her self.
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<p>Lost in the Crowd</p>
Veitch's narrative verve and understated human insight, make this novel, her second, highly engaging Stella Clarke
Australian Literary Review
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<p>Verdict: Immensely enjoyable</p>

Immensely enjoyable

C. K.
Melbourne Herald Sun
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...I can't wait to read her next one

Louise Crossman
Canberra Times

<p>Fast-paced Drama has a Wicked Edge</p>
Trust is a novel on a panoramic scale... Dorothy Johnston
The Sunday Morning Herald
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<p>Recognisable Complexities of a Life Made Real</p>

Kate Veitch's second novel...blossoms into the recognisable complexities of a life made real by characters full of human depth and interest

Katherine England
Adelaide Advertiser
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<p>A Warm, Home-Cooked Read</p>

There is much to admire in this unpretentious story of mid-life reinvention

Jo Case
Saturday Age
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...there is very little not to like about this insightful, thought-provoking and engaging novel...

Patricia Maunder
The Sunday Age
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<p>Quiet Liberation</p>

...an engaging portrayal of 'ordinary life...in all its quivering complexity'

Amy Baillieu
Australian Book Review
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