Review: You Don’t Know Me by Sara Foster

 

6A4565C9-7894-4C90-AC0A-E31E256C45B0A gripping, dark-hued domestic thriller that asks whether in our darkest moments love truly conquers all, Sara Foster’s You Don’t Know Me is a twist-filled saga of a family undone by a brutal betrayal.

The disappearance of eighteen-year-old Lizzie Burdett was the monumental moment of Noah Carruso’s life. Not only was she his first crush — his first taste of unrequited love — Noah was one of the last people to see her alive, when she fled from his home after an argument with his brother, Tom; her boyfriend.

Amid growing speculation as to his involvement in Amber’s disappearance — which has sparked much conjecture, and more recently a podcast — Tom Carusso fled, leaving Noah and his parents to pick up the pieces of their broken lives. Ten years have passed since the two brothers last spoke, but that’s all about to change when a fresh inquest into Lizzie’s death is announced, forcing Noah back from his vacation in Thailand, where he met the drop-dead-gorgeous Alice Pryce, and instigated a relationship he feels certain is destined for more than a casual fling. But their burgeoning romance is threatened not just by the Carruso’s dark history, but by Alice’s own secrets. And soon it’s not just their love that’s imperilled — it’s their lives. 

Part murder mystery, part family drama, altogether riveting; You Don’t Know Me is an emotionally-charged, fast-moving thriller, packed with familial secrets and lies. Foster keeps the plot simmering until unleashing a twist late in the proceedings that will stun readers as much as it does its protagonists.

ISBN: 9781925685367
ISBN-10: 1925685365
Format: Paperback
Number Of Pages: 384
Available: 1st November 2019

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