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I Know You

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Taylor Watson and her husband, Jake, have recently moved from th US to London.  With her husband away from home for 1 - 2 weeks at a time, and with her being pregnant, that she really misses her friends and family.  Finally, after joining a walking group and a book club, does she start making friends.

Taylor's new friends are Anna, Sarah, Simon and Caroline .. but after awhile she suspects that they all have secrets of one sort or another.  One member of the group seems to have a thing for Taylor's husband.  As he was caught cheating early in their  marriage, Taylor is not especially pleased.  And Simon .. the token man ... harbors some feelings for Taylor.

This story is told by Taylor's perspective.  However, there is another voice ... one who is stalking someone in the group.  From the beginning, we learn the stalker is following very closely the posts on Instagram and Facebook.   The book revolves around the use of social media and how we allow people to know everything about our lives, without actually knowing anything about them.

I KNOW YOU  is a fast, addictive read that will genuinely make you reconsider what you put out there on social media.  Multiple suspects keep the reader engaged and guessing ... until the very end.

How well do YOU know your friends?

Many thanks to the author / Crooked Lane Books / Netgalley for the advanced digital copy of this psychological thriller.  Opinions expressed here are unbiased and entirely my own.
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I received an advanced readers copy in exchange for an honest review. 

This was a really enjoyable thriller – certainly not Booker Prize material but it checked all the boxes and I loved every minute of it and was sad to see it end. Fun characters, great plot. 4 1/2 rounded to five because the end was ever so slightly cheesy
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Really enjoyed this book.  Well written with plenty twists & turns that kept me wanting more.  Would recommend this book to anyone.
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This a tense and compelling read. There are twists and turns a plenty and they keep you swiping the pages! It's really well written and he kind of book that you're eager to read on and on.
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Suburban London is about as far away from California as you can get and nothing like Taylor Watson expected. Her husband is always too busy for her and she finds herself lonely and pregnant. She makes new friends after joining a local book club, but something about those new friends makes Taylor edgy. Is it just pregnancy hormones?  Or is one of her buddies actually after Taylor’s hubby? A timely story about the frightening power of social media and our loss of privacy
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