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kindle õ I Know You Know ebook read Ú moneyexpresscard Ò From author Gilly Macmillan comes this original chilling and twisty mystery about two shocking murder cases twenty years apart and the threads that bind themTwenty years ago eleven year olds Charlie Paige and Scott Ashby were murdered in the city of Bristol tEspecially Charlie’s mother Jess who decides to take matters into her own handsWhen 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 jeopard Twenty years ago the bodies of 11 year old boys Charlie Paige and Scott Ashby were found near a dog racing track in Bristol The man convicted of their murder was mentally challenged and recently committed suicide having never stopped professing his innocence Now the body of a man who was thought to have absconded to Venezuela after a major financial scam was discovered near the same site having been there all along and forcing a fresh look into the boys’ murders Cody Swift one of the boys’ friends who was supposed to be with them that night has also launched a new podcast exploring the old case exposing new information that would have challenged the findings and casting Charlie’s mother Jessica in a blemished spotlight The boys were supposed to have been under her care that evening I like mysteries or police procedurals where there’s a look back over solved cases This one was especially intriguing as we soon learn there was every reason to be skeptical of the original conclusions John Fletcher the lead detective of the old case and now the new one is one of the narrators so we get valuable insights about the old case Jessica Paige is a very different person from the broken mess she was when her son died She’s now married a former successful television actress and mother of a 16 year old daughter who doesn’t want her past resurrected The story transitions between the two investigations the original and the new one What makes this uniue is the podcast which is presented in broadcast format even ideal in the audio version However whereas in the printed book the old case is highlighted there wasn’t any indicator for when the narrative reverted to the past in this version It wasn’t always clear when that happened but I was able to adjust Otherwise I loved everything else about the audio performance with three narrators handling the characters exceptionally well I really enjoyed this story with its flawed conflicted host of players including the lead investigator Sifting through the truths and lies trying to determine which was what from unreliable narrators made this even of a puzzle While I figured out the framework of the truth I was still thrown by the little twist at the end that tossed it all up in the air There’s a reason why this author is an auto read as nothing and no one in this story was sacred and you have to keep your wits about you Really well done Posted on Blue Mood CaféI received an advance copy from the publisher in exchange for an unbiased review

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From author Gilly Macmillan comes this original chilling and twisty mystery about two shocking murder cases twenty years apart and the threads that bind themTwenty years ago eleven 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 uestions still lingerFor his whole life filmmaker Cody Swift has been haun Okay why This book had a lot of potential It was well written and the podcast transcripts were on point I could really imagine them being voiced in the style of something like Serial But again I felt like the book was relying too heavily on the gimmick of being about a podcast instead of focusing on having an actually good storyThis book's biggest problem is the all over the place plot that leads nowhere the ending that is super unsatisfying and the absolute lack of suspense throughout the entire novelIn spoilery terms that meansview spoiler Can we all just agree that putting a murder in your book and then having the murderer already be dead is one of the most UNSATISFYING things ever Why would you do that Plus Felix Abernathy is arguably the biggest villain in the entire book but he doesn't get his comeuppance at all No repercussions whatsoever Sure shifty cunning and opportunistic Cody gets what he deserves but I actually don't care What he did wasn't all that bad At least not bad enough for me to be satisfied by just him being dealt with Also think about it did we need Jessy Paige in this book Did we really What did she contributeAnd all of the artlessly done red herrings Ghost What was even the point of putting that in the book It felt so out of place and ended up leading absolutely nowhereWeirdest of all was Fletcher's character What is he supposed to be A corrupt cop Who cares only about power Well that's certainly not what he was introduced as He keeps flashing back to Charlie dying in his arms until the very end of the book yet it doesn't seem to affect his desire to find the actual killer one bit Instead he pins it all on Sidney and calls it a day In what world does that make any sense hide spoiler

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I Know You KnowTed 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 Gilly Macmillan is a master when it comes to creating perfectly plotted psychological suspense and characters with real emotion and depth I KNOW YOU KNOW is a smart thriller that will keep readers on the edge of their seats from the first gripping chapter all the way through to the mind blowing finale Add this to your to read list