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I Know Your Secret

An Absolutely Gripping Psychological Thriller Full of Twists
Narrated by: Tamsin Kennard
Length: 7 hrs and 4 mins
4 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)

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Summary

You're not who you say you are. Neither is she.

She thinks she knows me.

She believes my marriage is falling apart at the seams, that my husband can barely look me in the eyes. She thinks I’m desperate for a baby, that my longing for a family keeps me up at night. As much as I hate to admit it, all of this is true.

She thinks I listen to her advice, that I care about her opinion. That couldn’t be further from the truth.

Because she has no idea who I am. She has no clue that I know everything.

I know her secret. I know that she did the unforgivable. I know how many lives she ruined.

I know exactly what she did. And I’m here for her.

An utterly gripping, addictive and shocking listen about the dark secrets we’re ashamed to admit, and the lengths people go to for revenge.

©2020 Ruth Heald (P)2020 Bookouture
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gripping and intense novel

brilliant well written book and well narrated. had me gripped from start to finish. Never ending twists. couldn't put it down. loved loved loved x

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Bit disappointed

I was looking forward to listening to this as I’d seen some good reviews, however, I found it hard to get into the story.

I really like Tamsin Kennard as a narrator but it might have helped if there were two narrators as I kept getting confused as to who was telling the story Beth or Danielle.

I also feel like the story could’ve been developed more.


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Worst book I’ve listened to in a long time.

It seems there was absolutely no research done in how therapy works before writing this abysmal saga. None of the characters had any personality and the narrator didn’t help by making them all talk fast and aggressive and totally void of any feeling or depth. The story was like lumpy porridge but instead of spitting the lumps out and getting an explanation, ....we (as the listener) are forced to swallow the lumpy bits without question and say yes this all sounds pretty realistic. Well NO. I'm not swallowing your lumpy icky porridge.

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  • David
  • 25-06-20

Not the Best

I enjoyed Ruth Heald’s other novels, but this one didn’t really grab me. Only so-so.