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From New York Times best-selling author Gilly Macmillan comes this original, chilling, and twisty mystery about two shocking murder cases 20 years apart and the threads that bind them.

Twenty years ago, 11-year-olds Charlie Paige and Scott Ashby were murdered in the city of Bristol, their bodies dumped near a dog racing track. A man was convicted of the brutal crime, but decades later, questions still linger.

For his whole life, filmmaker Cody Swift has been haunted by the deaths of his childhood best friends. The loose ends of the police investigation consume him so much that he decides to return to Bristol in search of answers. Hoping to uncover new evidence and to encourage those who may be keeping long-buried secrets to speak up, Cody starts a podcast to record his findings. But there are many people who don’t want the case - along with old wounds - reopened so many years after the tragedy, especially Charlie’s mother, Jess, who decides to take matters into her own hands. 

When a long-dead body is found in the same location the boys were left decades before, the disturbing discovery launches another murder investigation. Now detective John Fletcher, the investigator on the original case, must reopen his dusty files and decide if the two murders are linked. With his career at risk, the clock is ticking, and lives are in jeopardy....

©2018 Gilly Macmillan (P)2018 HarperCollins Publishers

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Some things need a warning label...

This book wasn’t horrible, some aspects were really great. I love Imogen church as a narrator, she’s spectacular. The Steve’s were also good, in some segments, a bit monotone, but overall def better then most. Gilly Macmillan is a very talent writer and the whole book is written impeccably. The story itself, for me, was a bit bland ... i don’t know if it was bc I personally couldn’t connect with the characters or whether i was just expecting something more gripping but in the end it just didn’t wow me.
One aspect of this book did really upset me tho... my go to genre is crime, suspense, murder books of all ranges and fully expect and am ok with the graphic details and the hard to hear gruesome scenes that come with them. However. I am dog lover through and through and (I feel the same way about movies) i can’t deal with a graphic dog death ... and in this book there is a graphic puppy killing scene .... I’ve never actually written an audible review before, but if there’s anyone out there that shares my “killing dogs in detail is not cool” vibe then this book is not for you! Love the author and narrators but the dog violence is the one thing I can’t do and I wish someone had warned me! I hope this review saves other like minded people!

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Finally! An Unpredictable Thriller!

I Know You Know has an advantage over other book formats in this instance because it involves a podcast. How better to incorporate a podcast into a book better than in an audiobook? This format lends itself beautifully here. Gilly Macmillan has not disappointed me yet and more than anything, I'm tired of being disappointed by so called thrillers that I either figure out in advance or can't seem to adequately suspend disbelief in order that I might enjoy it to the end. This one surprised me-yes! Yes it contains the requisite plot twist! Imogen Church's melliflulous diction coupled with a subtle unfolding was just the intellectual treat I've been craving. Loved this so much. If there was any reason that I didn't give it solid 5 stars was the Story had a lot of characters who did not seem relevant in the final analysis to the point where (I thought) it muddled the ending somewhat. This could also admittedly be the result of my intermittant fadings out and not having the privilege of long periods of listens. Searching for a thriller that doesn't involve unneccessary graphics and and terrible mind permeating images? A story that gently unfolds, subtly and deliberately but isn't painfully long and drawn out? You won't be disappointed.It was satisfying on so many levels.

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A ton os setup for little return

While this entire book is great the ending just slaps you in face. It was very rushed! All the time and effort to set up all of these characters and then it just ends.

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Loved

I love this author, and I love Imogen Church narrating so I knew it would be great, but the story kept me hooked! Buy it!

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