I Know You Know

I Know You Know

From author Gilly Macmillan comes this original, chilling and twisty mystery about two shocking murder cases twenty years apart, and the threads that bind them. Twenty 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, questio From author Gilly Macmillan comes this original, chilling and twisty mystery about two shocking murder cases twenty y...

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Title:I Know You Know
Author:Gilly Macmillan
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Genres:Mystery
ISBN:0062698613
Edition Language:English
Format Type:ebook
Number of Pages:384 pages pages

I Know You Know Reviews

  • Kristy
    Apr 04, 2018

    Gilly Macmillan's standalone thriller is smart, beautifully written and so very well constructed with a narrative that revolves around a true crime podcast that goes back and forth in time. In 1996, two friends, 11 year old Scott Ashby and 10 year old Charlie Paige were brutally murder...

    The summary for this book describes it as an ?original, chilling, twisty mystery,? which I definitely feel is fitting, however I would also add one more word to that description: clever! This is one of those books where it?s best to go in knowing as little as possible and let the...

    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 m...

    Is this book some kind of prank? (view spoiler)[A good cop is really a bad cop. His meek partner is now the smart cop. A bad mother is now a good mother. Her thuggish pimp is now an astute businessman. The third young boy who survived the murder of his two best friends is now ex...

    Favorite Quotes: If you can control where an interview takes place, you are part of the way to controlling the interview itself. Location matters. Fletcher?s wife announced she was leaving him when they were in the Costco car park. He didn?t see it coming. He remembers acutely ...

    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 in...

    The talented and international bestselling author, Gilly Macmillan returns following Odd Child Out (Jim Clemo #2) with an unputdownable multi-layered standalone thriller with a ?killer? plot twist? I KNOW YOU KNOW.  5 Stars +++ Absolutely love this book and the cover!   A...

    I received an advance reader?s edition of this book as a Goodreads Giveaway. Expected publication is in September 2018. ?I Know You Know? tells the story of the murder of two 11-year-old boys, revisited 20 years later after the man convicted of the crime (Sidney Noyce) kills h...

    For twenty years, Sidney Noyce has claimed his innocence for the murders of Charlie Paige and Scott Ashby. In 1996, their bodies were found dumped by a dog track near the estate where they lived. Their friend, Cody Swift, who was ten like Charlie, lived, and now, twenty years later, is...

  • Blair
    Mar 05, 2019

    Gilly Macmillan's standalone thriller is smart, beautifully written and so very well constructed with a narrative that revolves around a true crime podcast that goes back and forth in time. In 1996, two friends, 11 year old Scott Ashby and 10 year old Charlie Paige were brutally murder...

    The summary for this book describes it as an ?original, chilling, twisty mystery,? which I definitely feel is fitting, however I would also add one more word to that description: clever! This is one of those books where it?s best to go in knowing as little as possible and let the...

    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 m...

    Is this book some kind of prank? (view spoiler)[A good cop is really a bad cop. His meek partner is now the smart cop. A bad mother is now a good mother. Her thuggish pimp is now an astute businessman. The third young boy who survived the murder of his two best friends is now ex...

    Favorite Quotes: If you can control where an interview takes place, you are part of the way to controlling the interview itself. Location matters. Fletcher?s wife announced she was leaving him when they were in the Costco car park. He didn?t see it coming. He remembers acutely ...

    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 in...

    The talented and international bestselling author, Gilly Macmillan returns following Odd Child Out (Jim Clemo #2) with an unputdownable multi-layered standalone thriller with a ?killer? plot twist? I KNOW YOU KNOW.  5 Stars +++ Absolutely love this book and the cover!   A...

    I received an advance reader?s edition of this book as a Goodreads Giveaway. Expected publication is in September 2018. ?I Know You Know? tells the story of the murder of two 11-year-old boys, revisited 20 years later after the man convicted of the crime (Sidney Noyce) kills h...

    For twenty years, Sidney Noyce has claimed his innocence for the murders of Charlie Paige and Scott Ashby. In 1996, their bodies were found dumped by a dog track near the estate where they lived. Their friend, Cody Swift, who was ten like Charlie, lived, and now, twenty years later, is...

    I Know You Know is the second stand-alone novel by NYT best-selling British author, Gilly Macmillan. Early in 2017, Detective Inspector John Fletcher is called to an excavation site where bones have been discovered. He and his partner, DC Danny Fryer note that it?s very near the plac...

    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 w...

    Podcast, multiple POVs, past & present! Yes pls! RTC ...

    Twenty years ago the police caught the killer of his two best friends, Scott and Charlie. Now, Cody Swift wants the truth and has made a Podcast called It's Time To Tell" hoping to get help from the public. But someone else will do anything to keep new evidence from surfacing. Includ...

    I?m going to be in the minority here but I found this book tedious. And the ending was like a deflated balloon finally let out its last air. ...

    Hands down one of the best thrillers I have read this year - the dual timeline/flashback/podcast format kept the plot moving quickly and kept me guessing - all while maintaining a great element of suspense. As plot twists were revealed, I found myself needing more and more - until the ...

    I first came across the ?book within a book? concept in Emily Carpenter?s The Weight of Lies, and I totally fell in love with it. Since then there have been a few books that have featured social media or podcasts in their stories, such as Are You Sleeping by Kathleen Barber and O...

    Wasn't impressed but maybe you will be ...

    Thanks to TLC Book Tours and William Morrow for the copy in exchange for my honest review The best way to describe this book is unique and clever. Reading so many different thrillers you begin to notice that they begin to follow the same patterns and can become predictable in some w...

    4.5 Review to come ...

    I Know You Know by Gilly Macmillan 3.5 stars Twenty years ago, two adolescent boys were brutally murdered in the city of Bristol. A young man was convicted of the crimes, but questions are still there about whether or not he actually did it. Cody Swift can?t escape the fact tha...

    This tale holds the reader, until the plot thickens and becomes too convoluted. Still, it is worth the read because this is an author who knows how to write suspense. Approximately 20 years earlier, two eleven year old boys were found buried in a space behind a local dog race track. De...

    I was so excited when this was picked for book club. Although I've only read one other of Macmillan's books, I know that I love the easy, thought provoking reads that keep you involved through each chapter. For this one, I was torn on how I felt. I read through it at a moderate pace an...

    I listened to the audio version of I Know You Know and was captivated from the first word. A whip-smart thriller that kept me guessing all the way through, revealing layer after layer of complexity and secrets. Whenever I felt sure I knew a character, and what they'd done, another tw...

    4.5/5 Many years ago, two young boys were murdered and a mentally challenged adult male was charged and convicted for the crime, but many people believe him to be innocent for various reasons. So now, in present day, the boys? best friend has decided to re-investigate the crime an...

    RATING: 4 STARS I am a huge fan of true crime podcasts, so I was excited to see Gilly MacMillan's newest book was using this device to solve a cold case. We have the podcast host and "investigator" Cody Swift starting the podcast in order to revisit the murder of his two friends, ...

    I really loved this latest novel by Gilly Macmillan. This is the story of two murders, 20 years apart - or discovered - and a suicide by an innocent mentally challenged man who was convicted for the 20 year old murders of two ten year old boys. The two murdered boys were best friends, ...

    2.25 stars After all the hypes, I didn't think this book was worth it. It was... underwhelming, to be honest. While I appreciated the writing and the podcast style, I didn't think it was beneficial to this book. Here are the reasons why I was very unimpressed by this novel. 1. The...

    Another book with a true crime podcast as it?s central theme I can?t get enough of them if they are done well and this one was. Clever plotting and an excellent finale. Past and present collide as Cody returns to a difficult time in his life, the loss of his two closest friend...

    I really enjoyed this book until the ending. It moved quickly and seemed to have several unrelated tangents for several main characters. This was intriguing and led to a desire to find out how all connected together. Unfortunately, the ending just didn't seem to related to the rest of ...

    Fans of the mystery novel that uses a podcast as a plot device (e.g. the Six Stories books and Sadie), rejoice: here's another one. And I'm not yet over the allure of this nascent minigenre ? gotta catch 'em all. In I Know You Know, a filmmaker begins digging into a 20-year-old (and ...

  • Linda Lipko
    Aug 28, 2018

    Gilly Macmillan's standalone thriller is smart, beautifully written and so very well constructed with a narrative that revolves around a true crime podcast that goes back and forth in time. In 1996, two friends, 11 year old Scott Ashby and 10 year old Charlie Paige were brutally murder...

    The summary for this book describes it as an ?original, chilling, twisty mystery,? which I definitely feel is fitting, however I would also add one more word to that description: clever! This is one of those books where it?s best to go in knowing as little as possible and let the...

    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 m...

    Is this book some kind of prank? (view spoiler)[A good cop is really a bad cop. His meek partner is now the smart cop. A bad mother is now a good mother. Her thuggish pimp is now an astute businessman. The third young boy who survived the murder of his two best friends is now ex...

    Favorite Quotes: If you can control where an interview takes place, you are part of the way to controlling the interview itself. Location matters. Fletcher?s wife announced she was leaving him when they were in the Costco car park. He didn?t see it coming. He remembers acutely ...

    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 in...

    The talented and international bestselling author, Gilly Macmillan returns following Odd Child Out (Jim Clemo #2) with an unputdownable multi-layered standalone thriller with a ?killer? plot twist? I KNOW YOU KNOW.  5 Stars +++ Absolutely love this book and the cover!   A...

    I received an advance reader?s edition of this book as a Goodreads Giveaway. Expected publication is in September 2018. ?I Know You Know? tells the story of the murder of two 11-year-old boys, revisited 20 years later after the man convicted of the crime (Sidney Noyce) kills h...

    For twenty years, Sidney Noyce has claimed his innocence for the murders of Charlie Paige and Scott Ashby. In 1996, their bodies were found dumped by a dog track near the estate where they lived. Their friend, Cody Swift, who was ten like Charlie, lived, and now, twenty years later, is...

    I Know You Know is the second stand-alone novel by NYT best-selling British author, Gilly Macmillan. Early in 2017, Detective Inspector John Fletcher is called to an excavation site where bones have been discovered. He and his partner, DC Danny Fryer note that it?s very near the plac...

    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 w...

    Podcast, multiple POVs, past & present! Yes pls! RTC ...

    Twenty years ago the police caught the killer of his two best friends, Scott and Charlie. Now, Cody Swift wants the truth and has made a Podcast called It's Time To Tell" hoping to get help from the public. But someone else will do anything to keep new evidence from surfacing. Includ...

    I?m going to be in the minority here but I found this book tedious. And the ending was like a deflated balloon finally let out its last air. ...

    Hands down one of the best thrillers I have read this year - the dual timeline/flashback/podcast format kept the plot moving quickly and kept me guessing - all while maintaining a great element of suspense. As plot twists were revealed, I found myself needing more and more - until the ...

    I first came across the ?book within a book? concept in Emily Carpenter?s The Weight of Lies, and I totally fell in love with it. Since then there have been a few books that have featured social media or podcasts in their stories, such as Are You Sleeping by Kathleen Barber and O...

    Wasn't impressed but maybe you will be ...

    Thanks to TLC Book Tours and William Morrow for the copy in exchange for my honest review The best way to describe this book is unique and clever. Reading so many different thrillers you begin to notice that they begin to follow the same patterns and can become predictable in some w...

    4.5 Review to come ...

    I Know You Know by Gilly Macmillan 3.5 stars Twenty years ago, two adolescent boys were brutally murdered in the city of Bristol. A young man was convicted of the crimes, but questions are still there about whether or not he actually did it. Cody Swift can?t escape the fact tha...

    This tale holds the reader, until the plot thickens and becomes too convoluted. Still, it is worth the read because this is an author who knows how to write suspense. Approximately 20 years earlier, two eleven year old boys were found buried in a space behind a local dog race track. De...

  • Valerie
    Dec 23, 2018

    Gilly Macmillan's standalone thriller is smart, beautifully written and so very well constructed with a narrative that revolves around a true crime podcast that goes back and forth in time. In 1996, two friends, 11 year old Scott Ashby and 10 year old Charlie Paige were brutally murder...

    The summary for this book describes it as an ?original, chilling, twisty mystery,? which I definitely feel is fitting, however I would also add one more word to that description: clever! This is one of those books where it?s best to go in knowing as little as possible and let the...

    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 m...

    Is this book some kind of prank? (view spoiler)[A good cop is really a bad cop. His meek partner is now the smart cop. A bad mother is now a good mother. Her thuggish pimp is now an astute businessman. The third young boy who survived the murder of his two best friends is now ex...

    Favorite Quotes: If you can control where an interview takes place, you are part of the way to controlling the interview itself. Location matters. Fletcher?s wife announced she was leaving him when they were in the Costco car park. He didn?t see it coming. He remembers acutely ...

    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 in...

    The talented and international bestselling author, Gilly Macmillan returns following Odd Child Out (Jim Clemo #2) with an unputdownable multi-layered standalone thriller with a ?killer? plot twist? I KNOW YOU KNOW.  5 Stars +++ Absolutely love this book and the cover!   A...

    I received an advance reader?s edition of this book as a Goodreads Giveaway. Expected publication is in September 2018. ?I Know You Know? tells the story of the murder of two 11-year-old boys, revisited 20 years later after the man convicted of the crime (Sidney Noyce) kills h...

    For twenty years, Sidney Noyce has claimed his innocence for the murders of Charlie Paige and Scott Ashby. In 1996, their bodies were found dumped by a dog track near the estate where they lived. Their friend, Cody Swift, who was ten like Charlie, lived, and now, twenty years later, is...

    I Know You Know is the second stand-alone novel by NYT best-selling British author, Gilly Macmillan. Early in 2017, Detective Inspector John Fletcher is called to an excavation site where bones have been discovered. He and his partner, DC Danny Fryer note that it?s very near the plac...

    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 w...

    Podcast, multiple POVs, past & present! Yes pls! RTC ...

    Twenty years ago the police caught the killer of his two best friends, Scott and Charlie. Now, Cody Swift wants the truth and has made a Podcast called It's Time To Tell" hoping to get help from the public. But someone else will do anything to keep new evidence from surfacing. Includ...

    I?m going to be in the minority here but I found this book tedious. And the ending was like a deflated balloon finally let out its last air. ...

    Hands down one of the best thrillers I have read this year - the dual timeline/flashback/podcast format kept the plot moving quickly and kept me guessing - all while maintaining a great element of suspense. As plot twists were revealed, I found myself needing more and more - until the ...

    I first came across the ?book within a book? concept in Emily Carpenter?s The Weight of Lies, and I totally fell in love with it. Since then there have been a few books that have featured social media or podcasts in their stories, such as Are You Sleeping by Kathleen Barber and O...

    Wasn't impressed but maybe you will be ...

    Thanks to TLC Book Tours and William Morrow for the copy in exchange for my honest review The best way to describe this book is unique and clever. Reading so many different thrillers you begin to notice that they begin to follow the same patterns and can become predictable in some w...

    4.5 Review to come ...

    I Know You Know by Gilly Macmillan 3.5 stars Twenty years ago, two adolescent boys were brutally murdered in the city of Bristol. A young man was convicted of the crimes, but questions are still there about whether or not he actually did it. Cody Swift can?t escape the fact tha...

    This tale holds the reader, until the plot thickens and becomes too convoluted. Still, it is worth the read because this is an author who knows how to write suspense. Approximately 20 years earlier, two eleven year old boys were found buried in a space behind a local dog race track. De...

    I was so excited when this was picked for book club. Although I've only read one other of Macmillan's books, I know that I love the easy, thought provoking reads that keep you involved through each chapter. For this one, I was torn on how I felt. I read through it at a moderate pace an...

    I listened to the audio version of I Know You Know and was captivated from the first word. A whip-smart thriller that kept me guessing all the way through, revealing layer after layer of complexity and secrets. Whenever I felt sure I knew a character, and what they'd done, another tw...

    4.5/5 Many years ago, two young boys were murdered and a mentally challenged adult male was charged and convicted for the crime, but many people believe him to be innocent for various reasons. So now, in present day, the boys? best friend has decided to re-investigate the crime an...

    RATING: 4 STARS I am a huge fan of true crime podcasts, so I was excited to see Gilly MacMillan's newest book was using this device to solve a cold case. We have the podcast host and "investigator" Cody Swift starting the podcast in order to revisit the murder of his two friends, ...

    I really loved this latest novel by Gilly Macmillan. This is the story of two murders, 20 years apart - or discovered - and a suicide by an innocent mentally challenged man who was convicted for the 20 year old murders of two ten year old boys. The two murdered boys were best friends, ...

  • Jamie
    Sep 04, 2018

    Gilly Macmillan's standalone thriller is smart, beautifully written and so very well constructed with a narrative that revolves around a true crime podcast that goes back and forth in time. In 1996, two friends, 11 year old Scott Ashby and 10 year old Charlie Paige were brutally murder...

    The summary for this book describes it as an ?original, chilling, twisty mystery,? which I definitely feel is fitting, however I would also add one more word to that description: clever! This is one of those books where it?s best to go in knowing as little as possible and let the...

    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 m...

    Is this book some kind of prank? (view spoiler)[A good cop is really a bad cop. His meek partner is now the smart cop. A bad mother is now a good mother. Her thuggish pimp is now an astute businessman. The third young boy who survived the murder of his two best friends is now ex...

    Favorite Quotes: If you can control where an interview takes place, you are part of the way to controlling the interview itself. Location matters. Fletcher?s wife announced she was leaving him when they were in the Costco car park. He didn?t see it coming. He remembers acutely ...

    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 in...

    The talented and international bestselling author, Gilly Macmillan returns following Odd Child Out (Jim Clemo #2) with an unputdownable multi-layered standalone thriller with a ?killer? plot twist? I KNOW YOU KNOW.  5 Stars +++ Absolutely love this book and the cover!   A...

    I received an advance reader?s edition of this book as a Goodreads Giveaway. Expected publication is in September 2018. ?I Know You Know? tells the story of the murder of two 11-year-old boys, revisited 20 years later after the man convicted of the crime (Sidney Noyce) kills h...

    For twenty years, Sidney Noyce has claimed his innocence for the murders of Charlie Paige and Scott Ashby. In 1996, their bodies were found dumped by a dog track near the estate where they lived. Their friend, Cody Swift, who was ten like Charlie, lived, and now, twenty years later, is...

    I Know You Know is the second stand-alone novel by NYT best-selling British author, Gilly Macmillan. Early in 2017, Detective Inspector John Fletcher is called to an excavation site where bones have been discovered. He and his partner, DC Danny Fryer note that it?s very near the plac...

    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 w...

    Podcast, multiple POVs, past & present! Yes pls! RTC ...

    Twenty years ago the police caught the killer of his two best friends, Scott and Charlie. Now, Cody Swift wants the truth and has made a Podcast called It's Time To Tell" hoping to get help from the public. But someone else will do anything to keep new evidence from surfacing. Includ...

    I?m going to be in the minority here but I found this book tedious. And the ending was like a deflated balloon finally let out its last air. ...

    Hands down one of the best thrillers I have read this year - the dual timeline/flashback/podcast format kept the plot moving quickly and kept me guessing - all while maintaining a great element of suspense. As plot twists were revealed, I found myself needing more and more - until the ...

  • Donna
    Jun 13, 2018

    Gilly Macmillan's standalone thriller is smart, beautifully written and so very well constructed with a narrative that revolves around a true crime podcast that goes back and forth in time. In 1996, two friends, 11 year old Scott Ashby and 10 year old Charlie Paige were brutally murder...

    The summary for this book describes it as an ?original, chilling, twisty mystery,? which I definitely feel is fitting, however I would also add one more word to that description: clever! This is one of those books where it?s best to go in knowing as little as possible and let the...

    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 m...

    Is this book some kind of prank? (view spoiler)[A good cop is really a bad cop. His meek partner is now the smart cop. A bad mother is now a good mother. Her thuggish pimp is now an astute businessman. The third young boy who survived the murder of his two best friends is now ex...

    Favorite Quotes: If you can control where an interview takes place, you are part of the way to controlling the interview itself. Location matters. Fletcher?s wife announced she was leaving him when they were in the Costco car park. He didn?t see it coming. He remembers acutely ...

    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 in...

    The talented and international bestselling author, Gilly Macmillan returns following Odd Child Out (Jim Clemo #2) with an unputdownable multi-layered standalone thriller with a ?killer? plot twist? I KNOW YOU KNOW.  5 Stars +++ Absolutely love this book and the cover!   A...

    I received an advance reader?s edition of this book as a Goodreads Giveaway. Expected publication is in September 2018. ?I Know You Know? tells the story of the murder of two 11-year-old boys, revisited 20 years later after the man convicted of the crime (Sidney Noyce) kills h...

    For twenty years, Sidney Noyce has claimed his innocence for the murders of Charlie Paige and Scott Ashby. In 1996, their bodies were found dumped by a dog track near the estate where they lived. Their friend, Cody Swift, who was ten like Charlie, lived, and now, twenty years later, is...

    I Know You Know is the second stand-alone novel by NYT best-selling British author, Gilly Macmillan. Early in 2017, Detective Inspector John Fletcher is called to an excavation site where bones have been discovered. He and his partner, DC Danny Fryer note that it?s very near the plac...

    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 w...

    Podcast, multiple POVs, past & present! Yes pls! RTC ...

    Twenty years ago the police caught the killer of his two best friends, Scott and Charlie. Now, Cody Swift wants the truth and has made a Podcast called It's Time To Tell" hoping to get help from the public. But someone else will do anything to keep new evidence from surfacing. Includ...

    I?m going to be in the minority here but I found this book tedious. And the ending was like a deflated balloon finally let out its last air. ...

    Hands down one of the best thrillers I have read this year - the dual timeline/flashback/podcast format kept the plot moving quickly and kept me guessing - all while maintaining a great element of suspense. As plot twists were revealed, I found myself needing more and more - until the ...

    I first came across the ?book within a book? concept in Emily Carpenter?s The Weight of Lies, and I totally fell in love with it. Since then there have been a few books that have featured social media or podcasts in their stories, such as Are You Sleeping by Kathleen Barber and O...

    Wasn't impressed but maybe you will be ...

  • Asheley
    Oct 11, 2018

    Gilly Macmillan's standalone thriller is smart, beautifully written and so very well constructed with a narrative that revolves around a true crime podcast that goes back and forth in time. In 1996, two friends, 11 year old Scott Ashby and 10 year old Charlie Paige were brutally murder...

    The summary for this book describes it as an ?original, chilling, twisty mystery,? which I definitely feel is fitting, however I would also add one more word to that description: clever! This is one of those books where it?s best to go in knowing as little as possible and let the...

    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 m...

    Is this book some kind of prank? (view spoiler)[A good cop is really a bad cop. His meek partner is now the smart cop. A bad mother is now a good mother. Her thuggish pimp is now an astute businessman. The third young boy who survived the murder of his two best friends is now ex...

    Favorite Quotes: If you can control where an interview takes place, you are part of the way to controlling the interview itself. Location matters. Fletcher?s wife announced she was leaving him when they were in the Costco car park. He didn?t see it coming. He remembers acutely ...

    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 in...

    The talented and international bestselling author, Gilly Macmillan returns following Odd Child Out (Jim Clemo #2) with an unputdownable multi-layered standalone thriller with a ?killer? plot twist? I KNOW YOU KNOW.  5 Stars +++ Absolutely love this book and the cover!   A...

    I received an advance reader?s edition of this book as a Goodreads Giveaway. Expected publication is in September 2018. ?I Know You Know? tells the story of the murder of two 11-year-old boys, revisited 20 years later after the man convicted of the crime (Sidney Noyce) kills h...

    For twenty years, Sidney Noyce has claimed his innocence for the murders of Charlie Paige and Scott Ashby. In 1996, their bodies were found dumped by a dog track near the estate where they lived. Their friend, Cody Swift, who was ten like Charlie, lived, and now, twenty years later, is...

    I Know You Know is the second stand-alone novel by NYT best-selling British author, Gilly Macmillan. Early in 2017, Detective Inspector John Fletcher is called to an excavation site where bones have been discovered. He and his partner, DC Danny Fryer note that it?s very near the plac...

    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 w...

    Podcast, multiple POVs, past & present! Yes pls! RTC ...

    Twenty years ago the police caught the killer of his two best friends, Scott and Charlie. Now, Cody Swift wants the truth and has made a Podcast called It's Time To Tell" hoping to get help from the public. But someone else will do anything to keep new evidence from surfacing. Includ...

    I?m going to be in the minority here but I found this book tedious. And the ending was like a deflated balloon finally let out its last air. ...

    Hands down one of the best thrillers I have read this year - the dual timeline/flashback/podcast format kept the plot moving quickly and kept me guessing - all while maintaining a great element of suspense. As plot twists were revealed, I found myself needing more and more - until the ...

    I first came across the ?book within a book? concept in Emily Carpenter?s The Weight of Lies, and I totally fell in love with it. Since then there have been a few books that have featured social media or podcasts in their stories, such as Are You Sleeping by Kathleen Barber and O...

    Wasn't impressed but maybe you will be ...

    Thanks to TLC Book Tours and William Morrow for the copy in exchange for my honest review The best way to describe this book is unique and clever. Reading so many different thrillers you begin to notice that they begin to follow the same patterns and can become predictable in some w...

    4.5 Review to come ...

    I Know You Know by Gilly Macmillan 3.5 stars Twenty years ago, two adolescent boys were brutally murdered in the city of Bristol. A young man was convicted of the crimes, but questions are still there about whether or not he actually did it. Cody Swift can?t escape the fact tha...

    This tale holds the reader, until the plot thickens and becomes too convoluted. Still, it is worth the read because this is an author who knows how to write suspense. Approximately 20 years earlier, two eleven year old boys were found buried in a space behind a local dog race track. De...

    I was so excited when this was picked for book club. Although I've only read one other of Macmillan's books, I know that I love the easy, thought provoking reads that keep you involved through each chapter. For this one, I was torn on how I felt. I read through it at a moderate pace an...

    I listened to the audio version of I Know You Know and was captivated from the first word. A whip-smart thriller that kept me guessing all the way through, revealing layer after layer of complexity and secrets. Whenever I felt sure I knew a character, and what they'd done, another tw...

    4.5/5 Many years ago, two young boys were murdered and a mentally challenged adult male was charged and convicted for the crime, but many people believe him to be innocent for various reasons. So now, in present day, the boys? best friend has decided to re-investigate the crime an...

  • Jonetta
    Apr 02, 2019

    Gilly Macmillan's standalone thriller is smart, beautifully written and so very well constructed with a narrative that revolves around a true crime podcast that goes back and forth in time. In 1996, two friends, 11 year old Scott Ashby and 10 year old Charlie Paige were brutally murder...

    The summary for this book describes it as an ?original, chilling, twisty mystery,? which I definitely feel is fitting, however I would also add one more word to that description: clever! This is one of those books where it?s best to go in knowing as little as possible and let the...

    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 m...

    Is this book some kind of prank? (view spoiler)[A good cop is really a bad cop. His meek partner is now the smart cop. A bad mother is now a good mother. Her thuggish pimp is now an astute businessman. The third young boy who survived the murder of his two best friends is now ex...

    Favorite Quotes: If you can control where an interview takes place, you are part of the way to controlling the interview itself. Location matters. Fletcher?s wife announced she was leaving him when they were in the Costco car park. He didn?t see it coming. He remembers acutely ...

    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 in...

    The talented and international bestselling author, Gilly Macmillan returns following Odd Child Out (Jim Clemo #2) with an unputdownable multi-layered standalone thriller with a ?killer? plot twist? I KNOW YOU KNOW.  5 Stars +++ Absolutely love this book and the cover!   A...

    I received an advance reader?s edition of this book as a Goodreads Giveaway. Expected publication is in September 2018. ?I Know You Know? tells the story of the murder of two 11-year-old boys, revisited 20 years later after the man convicted of the crime (Sidney Noyce) kills h...

    For twenty years, Sidney Noyce has claimed his innocence for the murders of Charlie Paige and Scott Ashby. In 1996, their bodies were found dumped by a dog track near the estate where they lived. Their friend, Cody Swift, who was ten like Charlie, lived, and now, twenty years later, is...

    I Know You Know is the second stand-alone novel by NYT best-selling British author, Gilly Macmillan. Early in 2017, Detective Inspector John Fletcher is called to an excavation site where bones have been discovered. He and his partner, DC Danny Fryer note that it?s very near the plac...

    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 w...

  • Marianne
    Nov 08, 2018

    Gilly Macmillan's standalone thriller is smart, beautifully written and so very well constructed with a narrative that revolves around a true crime podcast that goes back and forth in time. In 1996, two friends, 11 year old Scott Ashby and 10 year old Charlie Paige were brutally murder...

    The summary for this book describes it as an ?original, chilling, twisty mystery,? which I definitely feel is fitting, however I would also add one more word to that description: clever! This is one of those books where it?s best to go in knowing as little as possible and let the...

    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 m...

    Is this book some kind of prank? (view spoiler)[A good cop is really a bad cop. His meek partner is now the smart cop. A bad mother is now a good mother. Her thuggish pimp is now an astute businessman. The third young boy who survived the murder of his two best friends is now ex...

    Favorite Quotes: If you can control where an interview takes place, you are part of the way to controlling the interview itself. Location matters. Fletcher?s wife announced she was leaving him when they were in the Costco car park. He didn?t see it coming. He remembers acutely ...

    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 in...

    The talented and international bestselling author, Gilly Macmillan returns following Odd Child Out (Jim Clemo #2) with an unputdownable multi-layered standalone thriller with a ?killer? plot twist? I KNOW YOU KNOW.  5 Stars +++ Absolutely love this book and the cover!   A...

    I received an advance reader?s edition of this book as a Goodreads Giveaway. Expected publication is in September 2018. ?I Know You Know? tells the story of the murder of two 11-year-old boys, revisited 20 years later after the man convicted of the crime (Sidney Noyce) kills h...

    For twenty years, Sidney Noyce has claimed his innocence for the murders of Charlie Paige and Scott Ashby. In 1996, their bodies were found dumped by a dog track near the estate where they lived. Their friend, Cody Swift, who was ten like Charlie, lived, and now, twenty years later, is...

    I Know You Know is the second stand-alone novel by NYT best-selling British author, Gilly Macmillan. Early in 2017, Detective Inspector John Fletcher is called to an excavation site where bones have been discovered. He and his partner, DC Danny Fryer note that it?s very near the plac...

  • Brenda
    Oct 19, 2018

    Gilly Macmillan's standalone thriller is smart, beautifully written and so very well constructed with a narrative that revolves around a true crime podcast that goes back and forth in time. In 1996, two friends, 11 year old Scott Ashby and 10 year old Charlie Paige were brutally murder...

    The summary for this book describes it as an ?original, chilling, twisty mystery,? which I definitely feel is fitting, however I would also add one more word to that description: clever! This is one of those books where it?s best to go in knowing as little as possible and let the...

    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 m...

    Is this book some kind of prank? (view spoiler)[A good cop is really a bad cop. His meek partner is now the smart cop. A bad mother is now a good mother. Her thuggish pimp is now an astute businessman. The third young boy who survived the murder of his two best friends is now ex...

  • Kris - My Novelesque Life
    Apr 26, 2019

    Gilly Macmillan's standalone thriller is smart, beautifully written and so very well constructed with a narrative that revolves around a true crime podcast that goes back and forth in time. In 1996, two friends, 11 year old Scott Ashby and 10 year old Charlie Paige were brutally murder...

    The summary for this book describes it as an ?original, chilling, twisty mystery,? which I definitely feel is fitting, however I would also add one more word to that description: clever! This is one of those books where it?s best to go in knowing as little as possible and let the...

    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 m...

    Is this book some kind of prank? (view spoiler)[A good cop is really a bad cop. His meek partner is now the smart cop. A bad mother is now a good mother. Her thuggish pimp is now an astute businessman. The third young boy who survived the murder of his two best friends is now ex...

    Favorite Quotes: If you can control where an interview takes place, you are part of the way to controlling the interview itself. Location matters. Fletcher?s wife announced she was leaving him when they were in the Costco car park. He didn?t see it coming. He remembers acutely ...

    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 in...

    The talented and international bestselling author, Gilly Macmillan returns following Odd Child Out (Jim Clemo #2) with an unputdownable multi-layered standalone thriller with a ?killer? plot twist? I KNOW YOU KNOW.  5 Stars +++ Absolutely love this book and the cover!   A...

    I received an advance reader?s edition of this book as a Goodreads Giveaway. Expected publication is in September 2018. ?I Know You Know? tells the story of the murder of two 11-year-old boys, revisited 20 years later after the man convicted of the crime (Sidney Noyce) kills h...

    For twenty years, Sidney Noyce has claimed his innocence for the murders of Charlie Paige and Scott Ashby. In 1996, their bodies were found dumped by a dog track near the estate where they lived. Their friend, Cody Swift, who was ten like Charlie, lived, and now, twenty years later, is...

    I Know You Know is the second stand-alone novel by NYT best-selling British author, Gilly Macmillan. Early in 2017, Detective Inspector John Fletcher is called to an excavation site where bones have been discovered. He and his partner, DC Danny Fryer note that it?s very near the plac...

    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 w...

    Podcast, multiple POVs, past & present! Yes pls! RTC ...

    Twenty years ago the police caught the killer of his two best friends, Scott and Charlie. Now, Cody Swift wants the truth and has made a Podcast called It's Time To Tell" hoping to get help from the public. But someone else will do anything to keep new evidence from surfacing. Includ...

    I?m going to be in the minority here but I found this book tedious. And the ending was like a deflated balloon finally let out its last air. ...

    Hands down one of the best thrillers I have read this year - the dual timeline/flashback/podcast format kept the plot moving quickly and kept me guessing - all while maintaining a great element of suspense. As plot twists were revealed, I found myself needing more and more - until the ...

    I first came across the ?book within a book? concept in Emily Carpenter?s The Weight of Lies, and I totally fell in love with it. Since then there have been a few books that have featured social media or podcasts in their stories, such as Are You Sleeping by Kathleen Barber and O...

    Wasn't impressed but maybe you will be ...

    Thanks to TLC Book Tours and William Morrow for the copy in exchange for my honest review The best way to describe this book is unique and clever. Reading so many different thrillers you begin to notice that they begin to follow the same patterns and can become predictable in some w...

    4.5 Review to come ...

    I Know You Know by Gilly Macmillan 3.5 stars Twenty years ago, two adolescent boys were brutally murdered in the city of Bristol. A young man was convicted of the crimes, but questions are still there about whether or not he actually did it. Cody Swift can?t escape the fact tha...

    This tale holds the reader, until the plot thickens and becomes too convoluted. Still, it is worth the read because this is an author who knows how to write suspense. Approximately 20 years earlier, two eleven year old boys were found buried in a space behind a local dog race track. De...

    I was so excited when this was picked for book club. Although I've only read one other of Macmillan's books, I know that I love the easy, thought provoking reads that keep you involved through each chapter. For this one, I was torn on how I felt. I read through it at a moderate pace an...

    I listened to the audio version of I Know You Know and was captivated from the first word. A whip-smart thriller that kept me guessing all the way through, revealing layer after layer of complexity and secrets. Whenever I felt sure I knew a character, and what they'd done, another tw...

    4.5/5 Many years ago, two young boys were murdered and a mentally challenged adult male was charged and convicted for the crime, but many people believe him to be innocent for various reasons. So now, in present day, the boys? best friend has decided to re-investigate the crime an...

    RATING: 4 STARS I am a huge fan of true crime podcasts, so I was excited to see Gilly MacMillan's newest book was using this device to solve a cold case. We have the podcast host and "investigator" Cody Swift starting the podcast in order to revisit the murder of his two friends, ...

  • Sarah Marie
    Jan 26, 2019

    Gilly Macmillan's standalone thriller is smart, beautifully written and so very well constructed with a narrative that revolves around a true crime podcast that goes back and forth in time. In 1996, two friends, 11 year old Scott Ashby and 10 year old Charlie Paige were brutally murder...

    The summary for this book describes it as an ?original, chilling, twisty mystery,? which I definitely feel is fitting, however I would also add one more word to that description: clever! This is one of those books where it?s best to go in knowing as little as possible and let the...

    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 m...

    Is this book some kind of prank? (view spoiler)[A good cop is really a bad cop. His meek partner is now the smart cop. A bad mother is now a good mother. Her thuggish pimp is now an astute businessman. The third young boy who survived the murder of his two best friends is now ex...

    Favorite Quotes: If you can control where an interview takes place, you are part of the way to controlling the interview itself. Location matters. Fletcher?s wife announced she was leaving him when they were in the Costco car park. He didn?t see it coming. He remembers acutely ...

    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 in...

    The talented and international bestselling author, Gilly Macmillan returns following Odd Child Out (Jim Clemo #2) with an unputdownable multi-layered standalone thriller with a ?killer? plot twist? I KNOW YOU KNOW.  5 Stars +++ Absolutely love this book and the cover!   A...

    I received an advance reader?s edition of this book as a Goodreads Giveaway. Expected publication is in September 2018. ?I Know You Know? tells the story of the murder of two 11-year-old boys, revisited 20 years later after the man convicted of the crime (Sidney Noyce) kills h...

    For twenty years, Sidney Noyce has claimed his innocence for the murders of Charlie Paige and Scott Ashby. In 1996, their bodies were found dumped by a dog track near the estate where they lived. Their friend, Cody Swift, who was ten like Charlie, lived, and now, twenty years later, is...

    I Know You Know is the second stand-alone novel by NYT best-selling British author, Gilly Macmillan. Early in 2017, Detective Inspector John Fletcher is called to an excavation site where bones have been discovered. He and his partner, DC Danny Fryer note that it?s very near the plac...

    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 w...

    Podcast, multiple POVs, past & present! Yes pls! RTC ...

    Twenty years ago the police caught the killer of his two best friends, Scott and Charlie. Now, Cody Swift wants the truth and has made a Podcast called It's Time To Tell" hoping to get help from the public. But someone else will do anything to keep new evidence from surfacing. Includ...

    I?m going to be in the minority here but I found this book tedious. And the ending was like a deflated balloon finally let out its last air. ...

    Hands down one of the best thrillers I have read this year - the dual timeline/flashback/podcast format kept the plot moving quickly and kept me guessing - all while maintaining a great element of suspense. As plot twists were revealed, I found myself needing more and more - until the ...

    I first came across the ?book within a book? concept in Emily Carpenter?s The Weight of Lies, and I totally fell in love with it. Since then there have been a few books that have featured social media or podcasts in their stories, such as Are You Sleeping by Kathleen Barber and O...

    Wasn't impressed but maybe you will be ...

    Thanks to TLC Book Tours and William Morrow for the copy in exchange for my honest review The best way to describe this book is unique and clever. Reading so many different thrillers you begin to notice that they begin to follow the same patterns and can become predictable in some w...

    4.5 Review to come ...

    I Know You Know by Gilly Macmillan 3.5 stars Twenty years ago, two adolescent boys were brutally murdered in the city of Bristol. A young man was convicted of the crimes, but questions are still there about whether or not he actually did it. Cody Swift can?t escape the fact tha...

  • Theresa
    Oct 16, 2018

    Gilly Macmillan's standalone thriller is smart, beautifully written and so very well constructed with a narrative that revolves around a true crime podcast that goes back and forth in time. In 1996, two friends, 11 year old Scott Ashby and 10 year old Charlie Paige were brutally murder...

    The summary for this book describes it as an ?original, chilling, twisty mystery,? which I definitely feel is fitting, however I would also add one more word to that description: clever! This is one of those books where it?s best to go in knowing as little as possible and let the...

    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 m...

    Is this book some kind of prank? (view spoiler)[A good cop is really a bad cop. His meek partner is now the smart cop. A bad mother is now a good mother. Her thuggish pimp is now an astute businessman. The third young boy who survived the murder of his two best friends is now ex...

    Favorite Quotes: If you can control where an interview takes place, you are part of the way to controlling the interview itself. Location matters. Fletcher?s wife announced she was leaving him when they were in the Costco car park. He didn?t see it coming. He remembers acutely ...

    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 in...

  • Heidi
    Aug 26, 2018

    Gilly Macmillan's standalone thriller is smart, beautifully written and so very well constructed with a narrative that revolves around a true crime podcast that goes back and forth in time. In 1996, two friends, 11 year old Scott Ashby and 10 year old Charlie Paige were brutally murder...

    The summary for this book describes it as an ?original, chilling, twisty mystery,? which I definitely feel is fitting, however I would also add one more word to that description: clever! This is one of those books where it?s best to go in knowing as little as possible and let the...

    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 m...

    Is this book some kind of prank? (view spoiler)[A good cop is really a bad cop. His meek partner is now the smart cop. A bad mother is now a good mother. Her thuggish pimp is now an astute businessman. The third young boy who survived the murder of his two best friends is now ex...

    Favorite Quotes: If you can control where an interview takes place, you are part of the way to controlling the interview itself. Location matters. Fletcher?s wife announced she was leaving him when they were in the Costco car park. He didn?t see it coming. He remembers acutely ...

    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 in...

    The talented and international bestselling author, Gilly Macmillan returns following Odd Child Out (Jim Clemo #2) with an unputdownable multi-layered standalone thriller with a ?killer? plot twist? I KNOW YOU KNOW.  5 Stars +++ Absolutely love this book and the cover!   A...

    I received an advance reader?s edition of this book as a Goodreads Giveaway. Expected publication is in September 2018. ?I Know You Know? tells the story of the murder of two 11-year-old boys, revisited 20 years later after the man convicted of the crime (Sidney Noyce) kills h...

    For twenty years, Sidney Noyce has claimed his innocence for the murders of Charlie Paige and Scott Ashby. In 1996, their bodies were found dumped by a dog track near the estate where they lived. Their friend, Cody Swift, who was ten like Charlie, lived, and now, twenty years later, is...

    I Know You Know is the second stand-alone novel by NYT best-selling British author, Gilly Macmillan. Early in 2017, Detective Inspector John Fletcher is called to an excavation site where bones have been discovered. He and his partner, DC Danny Fryer note that it?s very near the plac...

    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 w...

    Podcast, multiple POVs, past & present! Yes pls! RTC ...

    Twenty years ago the police caught the killer of his two best friends, Scott and Charlie. Now, Cody Swift wants the truth and has made a Podcast called It's Time To Tell" hoping to get help from the public. But someone else will do anything to keep new evidence from surfacing. Includ...

    I?m going to be in the minority here but I found this book tedious. And the ending was like a deflated balloon finally let out its last air. ...

    Hands down one of the best thrillers I have read this year - the dual timeline/flashback/podcast format kept the plot moving quickly and kept me guessing - all while maintaining a great element of suspense. As plot twists were revealed, I found myself needing more and more - until the ...

    I first came across the ?book within a book? concept in Emily Carpenter?s The Weight of Lies, and I totally fell in love with it. Since then there have been a few books that have featured social media or podcasts in their stories, such as Are You Sleeping by Kathleen Barber and O...

  • Chandra Claypool (wherethereadergrows)
    Feb 03, 2019

    Gilly Macmillan's standalone thriller is smart, beautifully written and so very well constructed with a narrative that revolves around a true crime podcast that goes back and forth in time. In 1996, two friends, 11 year old Scott Ashby and 10 year old Charlie Paige were brutally murder...

    The summary for this book describes it as an ?original, chilling, twisty mystery,? which I definitely feel is fitting, however I would also add one more word to that description: clever! This is one of those books where it?s best to go in knowing as little as possible and let the...

    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 m...

    Is this book some kind of prank? (view spoiler)[A good cop is really a bad cop. His meek partner is now the smart cop. A bad mother is now a good mother. Her thuggish pimp is now an astute businessman. The third young boy who survived the murder of his two best friends is now ex...

    Favorite Quotes: If you can control where an interview takes place, you are part of the way to controlling the interview itself. Location matters. Fletcher?s wife announced she was leaving him when they were in the Costco car park. He didn?t see it coming. He remembers acutely ...

    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 in...

    The talented and international bestselling author, Gilly Macmillan returns following Odd Child Out (Jim Clemo #2) with an unputdownable multi-layered standalone thriller with a ?killer? plot twist? I KNOW YOU KNOW.  5 Stars +++ Absolutely love this book and the cover!   A...

    I received an advance reader?s edition of this book as a Goodreads Giveaway. Expected publication is in September 2018. ?I Know You Know? tells the story of the murder of two 11-year-old boys, revisited 20 years later after the man convicted of the crime (Sidney Noyce) kills h...

    For twenty years, Sidney Noyce has claimed his innocence for the murders of Charlie Paige and Scott Ashby. In 1996, their bodies were found dumped by a dog track near the estate where they lived. Their friend, Cody Swift, who was ten like Charlie, lived, and now, twenty years later, is...

    I Know You Know is the second stand-alone novel by NYT best-selling British author, Gilly Macmillan. Early in 2017, Detective Inspector John Fletcher is called to an excavation site where bones have been discovered. He and his partner, DC Danny Fryer note that it?s very near the plac...

    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 w...

    Podcast, multiple POVs, past & present! Yes pls! RTC ...

    Twenty years ago the police caught the killer of his two best friends, Scott and Charlie. Now, Cody Swift wants the truth and has made a Podcast called It's Time To Tell" hoping to get help from the public. But someone else will do anything to keep new evidence from surfacing. Includ...

    I?m going to be in the minority here but I found this book tedious. And the ending was like a deflated balloon finally let out its last air. ...

    Hands down one of the best thrillers I have read this year - the dual timeline/flashback/podcast format kept the plot moving quickly and kept me guessing - all while maintaining a great element of suspense. As plot twists were revealed, I found myself needing more and more - until the ...

    I first came across the ?book within a book? concept in Emily Carpenter?s The Weight of Lies, and I totally fell in love with it. Since then there have been a few books that have featured social media or podcasts in their stories, such as Are You Sleeping by Kathleen Barber and O...

    Wasn't impressed but maybe you will be ...

    Thanks to TLC Book Tours and William Morrow for the copy in exchange for my honest review The best way to describe this book is unique and clever. Reading so many different thrillers you begin to notice that they begin to follow the same patterns and can become predictable in some w...

    4.5 Review to come ...

    I Know You Know by Gilly Macmillan 3.5 stars Twenty years ago, two adolescent boys were brutally murdered in the city of Bristol. A young man was convicted of the crimes, but questions are still there about whether or not he actually did it. Cody Swift can?t escape the fact tha...

    This tale holds the reader, until the plot thickens and becomes too convoluted. Still, it is worth the read because this is an author who knows how to write suspense. Approximately 20 years earlier, two eleven year old boys were found buried in a space behind a local dog race track. De...

    I was so excited when this was picked for book club. Although I've only read one other of Macmillan's books, I know that I love the easy, thought provoking reads that keep you involved through each chapter. For this one, I was torn on how I felt. I read through it at a moderate pace an...

  • Judy Collins
    Aug 14, 2018

    Gilly Macmillan's standalone thriller is smart, beautifully written and so very well constructed with a narrative that revolves around a true crime podcast that goes back and forth in time. In 1996, two friends, 11 year old Scott Ashby and 10 year old Charlie Paige were brutally murder...

    The summary for this book describes it as an ?original, chilling, twisty mystery,? which I definitely feel is fitting, however I would also add one more word to that description: clever! This is one of those books where it?s best to go in knowing as little as possible and let the...

    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 m...

    Is this book some kind of prank? (view spoiler)[A good cop is really a bad cop. His meek partner is now the smart cop. A bad mother is now a good mother. Her thuggish pimp is now an astute businessman. The third young boy who survived the murder of his two best friends is now ex...

    Favorite Quotes: If you can control where an interview takes place, you are part of the way to controlling the interview itself. Location matters. Fletcher?s wife announced she was leaving him when they were in the Costco car park. He didn?t see it coming. He remembers acutely ...

    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 in...

    The talented and international bestselling author, Gilly Macmillan returns following Odd Child Out (Jim Clemo #2) with an unputdownable multi-layered standalone thriller with a ?killer? plot twist? I KNOW YOU KNOW.  5 Stars +++ Absolutely love this book and the cover!   A...

  • Amy
    Oct 10, 2018

    Gilly Macmillan's standalone thriller is smart, beautifully written and so very well constructed with a narrative that revolves around a true crime podcast that goes back and forth in time. In 1996, two friends, 11 year old Scott Ashby and 10 year old Charlie Paige were brutally murder...

    The summary for this book describes it as an ?original, chilling, twisty mystery,? which I definitely feel is fitting, however I would also add one more word to that description: clever! This is one of those books where it?s best to go in knowing as little as possible and let the...

    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 m...

    Is this book some kind of prank? (view spoiler)[A good cop is really a bad cop. His meek partner is now the smart cop. A bad mother is now a good mother. Her thuggish pimp is now an astute businessman. The third young boy who survived the murder of his two best friends is now ex...

    Favorite Quotes: If you can control where an interview takes place, you are part of the way to controlling the interview itself. Location matters. Fletcher?s wife announced she was leaving him when they were in the Costco car park. He didn?t see it coming. He remembers acutely ...

    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 in...

    The talented and international bestselling author, Gilly Macmillan returns following Odd Child Out (Jim Clemo #2) with an unputdownable multi-layered standalone thriller with a ?killer? plot twist? I KNOW YOU KNOW.  5 Stars +++ Absolutely love this book and the cover!   A...

    I received an advance reader?s edition of this book as a Goodreads Giveaway. Expected publication is in September 2018. ?I Know You Know? tells the story of the murder of two 11-year-old boys, revisited 20 years later after the man convicted of the crime (Sidney Noyce) kills h...

    For twenty years, Sidney Noyce has claimed his innocence for the murders of Charlie Paige and Scott Ashby. In 1996, their bodies were found dumped by a dog track near the estate where they lived. Their friend, Cody Swift, who was ten like Charlie, lived, and now, twenty years later, is...

    I Know You Know is the second stand-alone novel by NYT best-selling British author, Gilly Macmillan. Early in 2017, Detective Inspector John Fletcher is called to an excavation site where bones have been discovered. He and his partner, DC Danny Fryer note that it?s very near the plac...

    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 w...

    Podcast, multiple POVs, past & present! Yes pls! RTC ...

    Twenty years ago the police caught the killer of his two best friends, Scott and Charlie. Now, Cody Swift wants the truth and has made a Podcast called It's Time To Tell" hoping to get help from the public. But someone else will do anything to keep new evidence from surfacing. Includ...

    I?m going to be in the minority here but I found this book tedious. And the ending was like a deflated balloon finally let out its last air. ...

    Hands down one of the best thrillers I have read this year - the dual timeline/flashback/podcast format kept the plot moving quickly and kept me guessing - all while maintaining a great element of suspense. As plot twists were revealed, I found myself needing more and more - until the ...

    I first came across the ?book within a book? concept in Emily Carpenter?s The Weight of Lies, and I totally fell in love with it. Since then there have been a few books that have featured social media or podcasts in their stories, such as Are You Sleeping by Kathleen Barber and O...

    Wasn't impressed but maybe you will be ...

    Thanks to TLC Book Tours and William Morrow for the copy in exchange for my honest review The best way to describe this book is unique and clever. Reading so many different thrillers you begin to notice that they begin to follow the same patterns and can become predictable in some w...

    4.5 Review to come ...

  • Liz Barnsley
    Feb 27, 2019

    Gilly Macmillan's standalone thriller is smart, beautifully written and so very well constructed with a narrative that revolves around a true crime podcast that goes back and forth in time. In 1996, two friends, 11 year old Scott Ashby and 10 year old Charlie Paige were brutally murder...

    The summary for this book describes it as an ?original, chilling, twisty mystery,? which I definitely feel is fitting, however I would also add one more word to that description: clever! This is one of those books where it?s best to go in knowing as little as possible and let the...

    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 m...

    Is this book some kind of prank? (view spoiler)[A good cop is really a bad cop. His meek partner is now the smart cop. A bad mother is now a good mother. Her thuggish pimp is now an astute businessman. The third young boy who survived the murder of his two best friends is now ex...

    Favorite Quotes: If you can control where an interview takes place, you are part of the way to controlling the interview itself. Location matters. Fletcher?s wife announced she was leaving him when they were in the Costco car park. He didn?t see it coming. He remembers acutely ...

    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 in...

    The talented and international bestselling author, Gilly Macmillan returns following Odd Child Out (Jim Clemo #2) with an unputdownable multi-layered standalone thriller with a ?killer? plot twist? I KNOW YOU KNOW.  5 Stars +++ Absolutely love this book and the cover!   A...

    I received an advance reader?s edition of this book as a Goodreads Giveaway. Expected publication is in September 2018. ?I Know You Know? tells the story of the murder of two 11-year-old boys, revisited 20 years later after the man convicted of the crime (Sidney Noyce) kills h...

    For twenty years, Sidney Noyce has claimed his innocence for the murders of Charlie Paige and Scott Ashby. In 1996, their bodies were found dumped by a dog track near the estate where they lived. Their friend, Cody Swift, who was ten like Charlie, lived, and now, twenty years later, is...

    I Know You Know is the second stand-alone novel by NYT best-selling British author, Gilly Macmillan. Early in 2017, Detective Inspector John Fletcher is called to an excavation site where bones have been discovered. He and his partner, DC Danny Fryer note that it?s very near the plac...

    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 w...

    Podcast, multiple POVs, past & present! Yes pls! RTC ...

    Twenty years ago the police caught the killer of his two best friends, Scott and Charlie. Now, Cody Swift wants the truth and has made a Podcast called It's Time To Tell" hoping to get help from the public. But someone else will do anything to keep new evidence from surfacing. Includ...

    I?m going to be in the minority here but I found this book tedious. And the ending was like a deflated balloon finally let out its last air. ...

    Hands down one of the best thrillers I have read this year - the dual timeline/flashback/podcast format kept the plot moving quickly and kept me guessing - all while maintaining a great element of suspense. As plot twists were revealed, I found myself needing more and more - until the ...

    I first came across the ?book within a book? concept in Emily Carpenter?s The Weight of Lies, and I totally fell in love with it. Since then there have been a few books that have featured social media or podcasts in their stories, such as Are You Sleeping by Kathleen Barber and O...

    Wasn't impressed but maybe you will be ...

    Thanks to TLC Book Tours and William Morrow for the copy in exchange for my honest review The best way to describe this book is unique and clever. Reading so many different thrillers you begin to notice that they begin to follow the same patterns and can become predictable in some w...

    4.5 Review to come ...

    I Know You Know by Gilly Macmillan 3.5 stars Twenty years ago, two adolescent boys were brutally murdered in the city of Bristol. A young man was convicted of the crimes, but questions are still there about whether or not he actually did it. Cody Swift can?t escape the fact tha...

    This tale holds the reader, until the plot thickens and becomes too convoluted. Still, it is worth the read because this is an author who knows how to write suspense. Approximately 20 years earlier, two eleven year old boys were found buried in a space behind a local dog race track. De...

    I was so excited when this was picked for book club. Although I've only read one other of Macmillan's books, I know that I love the easy, thought provoking reads that keep you involved through each chapter. For this one, I was torn on how I felt. I read through it at a moderate pace an...

    I listened to the audio version of I Know You Know and was captivated from the first word. A whip-smart thriller that kept me guessing all the way through, revealing layer after layer of complexity and secrets. Whenever I felt sure I knew a character, and what they'd done, another tw...

    4.5/5 Many years ago, two young boys were murdered and a mentally challenged adult male was charged and convicted for the crime, but many people believe him to be innocent for various reasons. So now, in present day, the boys? best friend has decided to re-investigate the crime an...

    RATING: 4 STARS I am a huge fan of true crime podcasts, so I was excited to see Gilly MacMillan's newest book was using this device to solve a cold case. We have the podcast host and "investigator" Cody Swift starting the podcast in order to revisit the murder of his two friends, ...

    I really loved this latest novel by Gilly Macmillan. This is the story of two murders, 20 years apart - or discovered - and a suicide by an innocent mentally challenged man who was convicted for the 20 year old murders of two ten year old boys. The two murdered boys were best friends, ...

    2.25 stars After all the hypes, I didn't think this book was worth it. It was... underwhelming, to be honest. While I appreciated the writing and the podcast style, I didn't think it was beneficial to this book. Here are the reasons why I was very unimpressed by this novel. 1. The...

    Another book with a true crime podcast as it?s central theme I can?t get enough of them if they are done well and this one was. Clever plotting and an excellent finale. Past and present collide as Cody returns to a difficult time in his life, the loss of his two closest friend...

  • Mary Kubica
    May 20, 2018

    Gilly Macmillan's standalone thriller is smart, beautifully written and so very well constructed with a narrative that revolves around a true crime podcast that goes back and forth in time. In 1996, two friends, 11 year old Scott Ashby and 10 year old Charlie Paige were brutally murder...

    The summary for this book describes it as an ?original, chilling, twisty mystery,? which I definitely feel is fitting, however I would also add one more word to that description: clever! This is one of those books where it?s best to go in knowing as little as possible and let the...

    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 m...

  • DJ Sakata
    Oct 04, 2018

    Gilly Macmillan's standalone thriller is smart, beautifully written and so very well constructed with a narrative that revolves around a true crime podcast that goes back and forth in time. In 1996, two friends, 11 year old Scott Ashby and 10 year old Charlie Paige were brutally murder...

    The summary for this book describes it as an ?original, chilling, twisty mystery,? which I definitely feel is fitting, however I would also add one more word to that description: clever! This is one of those books where it?s best to go in knowing as little as possible and let the...

    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 m...

    Is this book some kind of prank? (view spoiler)[A good cop is really a bad cop. His meek partner is now the smart cop. A bad mother is now a good mother. Her thuggish pimp is now an astute businessman. The third young boy who survived the murder of his two best friends is now ex...

    Favorite Quotes: If you can control where an interview takes place, you are part of the way to controlling the interview itself. Location matters. Fletcher?s wife announced she was leaving him when they were in the Costco car park. He didn?t see it coming. He remembers acutely ...

  • Nancy Ahyee
    Jun 15, 2018

    Gilly Macmillan's standalone thriller is smart, beautifully written and so very well constructed with a narrative that revolves around a true crime podcast that goes back and forth in time. In 1996, two friends, 11 year old Scott Ashby and 10 year old Charlie Paige were brutally murder...

    The summary for this book describes it as an ?original, chilling, twisty mystery,? which I definitely feel is fitting, however I would also add one more word to that description: clever! This is one of those books where it?s best to go in knowing as little as possible and let the...

    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 m...

    Is this book some kind of prank? (view spoiler)[A good cop is really a bad cop. His meek partner is now the smart cop. A bad mother is now a good mother. Her thuggish pimp is now an astute businessman. The third young boy who survived the murder of his two best friends is now ex...

    Favorite Quotes: If you can control where an interview takes place, you are part of the way to controlling the interview itself. Location matters. Fletcher?s wife announced she was leaving him when they were in the Costco car park. He didn?t see it coming. He remembers acutely ...

    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 in...

    The talented and international bestselling author, Gilly Macmillan returns following Odd Child Out (Jim Clemo #2) with an unputdownable multi-layered standalone thriller with a ?killer? plot twist? I KNOW YOU KNOW.  5 Stars +++ Absolutely love this book and the cover!   A...

    I received an advance reader?s edition of this book as a Goodreads Giveaway. Expected publication is in September 2018. ?I Know You Know? tells the story of the murder of two 11-year-old boys, revisited 20 years later after the man convicted of the crime (Sidney Noyce) kills h...

  • Laura Rash
    Oct 09, 2018

    Gilly Macmillan's standalone thriller is smart, beautifully written and so very well constructed with a narrative that revolves around a true crime podcast that goes back and forth in time. In 1996, two friends, 11 year old Scott Ashby and 10 year old Charlie Paige were brutally murder...

    The summary for this book describes it as an ?original, chilling, twisty mystery,? which I definitely feel is fitting, however I would also add one more word to that description: clever! This is one of those books where it?s best to go in knowing as little as possible and let the...

    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 m...

    Is this book some kind of prank? (view spoiler)[A good cop is really a bad cop. His meek partner is now the smart cop. A bad mother is now a good mother. Her thuggish pimp is now an astute businessman. The third young boy who survived the murder of his two best friends is now ex...

    Favorite Quotes: If you can control where an interview takes place, you are part of the way to controlling the interview itself. Location matters. Fletcher?s wife announced she was leaving him when they were in the Costco car park. He didn?t see it coming. He remembers acutely ...

    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 in...

    The talented and international bestselling author, Gilly Macmillan returns following Odd Child Out (Jim Clemo #2) with an unputdownable multi-layered standalone thriller with a ?killer? plot twist? I KNOW YOU KNOW.  5 Stars +++ Absolutely love this book and the cover!   A...

    I received an advance reader?s edition of this book as a Goodreads Giveaway. Expected publication is in September 2018. ?I Know You Know? tells the story of the murder of two 11-year-old boys, revisited 20 years later after the man convicted of the crime (Sidney Noyce) kills h...

    For twenty years, Sidney Noyce has claimed his innocence for the murders of Charlie Paige and Scott Ashby. In 1996, their bodies were found dumped by a dog track near the estate where they lived. Their friend, Cody Swift, who was ten like Charlie, lived, and now, twenty years later, is...

    I Know You Know is the second stand-alone novel by NYT best-selling British author, Gilly Macmillan. Early in 2017, Detective Inspector John Fletcher is called to an excavation site where bones have been discovered. He and his partner, DC Danny Fryer note that it?s very near the plac...

    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 w...

    Podcast, multiple POVs, past & present! Yes pls! RTC ...

    Twenty years ago the police caught the killer of his two best friends, Scott and Charlie. Now, Cody Swift wants the truth and has made a Podcast called It's Time To Tell" hoping to get help from the public. But someone else will do anything to keep new evidence from surfacing. Includ...

    I?m going to be in the minority here but I found this book tedious. And the ending was like a deflated balloon finally let out its last air. ...

  • Paromjit
    Mar 19, 2019

    Gilly Macmillan's standalone thriller is smart, beautifully written and so very well constructed with a narrative that revolves around a true crime podcast that goes back and forth in time. In 1996, two friends, 11 year old Scott Ashby and 10 year old Charlie Paige were brutally murder...

  • Bkwmlee
    Sep 23, 2018

    Gilly Macmillan's standalone thriller is smart, beautifully written and so very well constructed with a narrative that revolves around a true crime podcast that goes back and forth in time. In 1996, two friends, 11 year old Scott Ashby and 10 year old Charlie Paige were brutally murder...

    The summary for this book describes it as an ?original, chilling, twisty mystery,? which I definitely feel is fitting, however I would also add one more word to that description: clever! This is one of those books where it?s best to go in knowing as little as possible and let the...

  •  Li'l Owl ~ Incorrigible Reader
    Sep 02, 2018

    Gilly Macmillan's standalone thriller is smart, beautifully written and so very well constructed with a narrative that revolves around a true crime podcast that goes back and forth in time. In 1996, two friends, 11 year old Scott Ashby and 10 year old Charlie Paige were brutally murder...

    The summary for this book describes it as an ?original, chilling, twisty mystery,? which I definitely feel is fitting, however I would also add one more word to that description: clever! This is one of those books where it?s best to go in knowing as little as possible and let the...

    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 m...

    Is this book some kind of prank? (view spoiler)[A good cop is really a bad cop. His meek partner is now the smart cop. A bad mother is now a good mother. Her thuggish pimp is now an astute businessman. The third young boy who survived the murder of his two best friends is now ex...

    Favorite Quotes: If you can control where an interview takes place, you are part of the way to controlling the interview itself. Location matters. Fletcher?s wife announced she was leaving him when they were in the Costco car park. He didn?t see it coming. He remembers acutely ...

    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 in...

    The talented and international bestselling author, Gilly Macmillan returns following Odd Child Out (Jim Clemo #2) with an unputdownable multi-layered standalone thriller with a ?killer? plot twist? I KNOW YOU KNOW.  5 Stars +++ Absolutely love this book and the cover!   A...

    I received an advance reader?s edition of this book as a Goodreads Giveaway. Expected publication is in September 2018. ?I Know You Know? tells the story of the murder of two 11-year-old boys, revisited 20 years later after the man convicted of the crime (Sidney Noyce) kills h...

    For twenty years, Sidney Noyce has claimed his innocence for the murders of Charlie Paige and Scott Ashby. In 1996, their bodies were found dumped by a dog track near the estate where they lived. Their friend, Cody Swift, who was ten like Charlie, lived, and now, twenty years later, is...

    I Know You Know is the second stand-alone novel by NYT best-selling British author, Gilly Macmillan. Early in 2017, Detective Inspector John Fletcher is called to an excavation site where bones have been discovered. He and his partner, DC Danny Fryer note that it?s very near the plac...

    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 w...

    Podcast, multiple POVs, past & present! Yes pls! RTC ...

    Twenty years ago the police caught the killer of his two best friends, Scott and Charlie. Now, Cody Swift wants the truth and has made a Podcast called It's Time To Tell" hoping to get help from the public. But someone else will do anything to keep new evidence from surfacing. Includ...

  • Hannah Mary McKinnon
    Mar 07, 2019

    Gilly Macmillan's standalone thriller is smart, beautifully written and so very well constructed with a narrative that revolves around a true crime podcast that goes back and forth in time. In 1996, two friends, 11 year old Scott Ashby and 10 year old Charlie Paige were brutally murder...

    The summary for this book describes it as an ?original, chilling, twisty mystery,? which I definitely feel is fitting, however I would also add one more word to that description: clever! This is one of those books where it?s best to go in knowing as little as possible and let the...

    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 m...

    Is this book some kind of prank? (view spoiler)[A good cop is really a bad cop. His meek partner is now the smart cop. A bad mother is now a good mother. Her thuggish pimp is now an astute businessman. The third young boy who survived the murder of his two best friends is now ex...

    Favorite Quotes: If you can control where an interview takes place, you are part of the way to controlling the interview itself. Location matters. Fletcher?s wife announced she was leaving him when they were in the Costco car park. He didn?t see it coming. He remembers acutely ...

    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 in...

    The talented and international bestselling author, Gilly Macmillan returns following Odd Child Out (Jim Clemo #2) with an unputdownable multi-layered standalone thriller with a ?killer? plot twist? I KNOW YOU KNOW.  5 Stars +++ Absolutely love this book and the cover!   A...

    I received an advance reader?s edition of this book as a Goodreads Giveaway. Expected publication is in September 2018. ?I Know You Know? tells the story of the murder of two 11-year-old boys, revisited 20 years later after the man convicted of the crime (Sidney Noyce) kills h...

    For twenty years, Sidney Noyce has claimed his innocence for the murders of Charlie Paige and Scott Ashby. In 1996, their bodies were found dumped by a dog track near the estate where they lived. Their friend, Cody Swift, who was ten like Charlie, lived, and now, twenty years later, is...

    I Know You Know is the second stand-alone novel by NYT best-selling British author, Gilly Macmillan. Early in 2017, Detective Inspector John Fletcher is called to an excavation site where bones have been discovered. He and his partner, DC Danny Fryer note that it?s very near the plac...

    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 w...

    Podcast, multiple POVs, past & present! Yes pls! RTC ...

    Twenty years ago the police caught the killer of his two best friends, Scott and Charlie. Now, Cody Swift wants the truth and has made a Podcast called It's Time To Tell" hoping to get help from the public. But someone else will do anything to keep new evidence from surfacing. Includ...

    I?m going to be in the minority here but I found this book tedious. And the ending was like a deflated balloon finally let out its last air. ...

    Hands down one of the best thrillers I have read this year - the dual timeline/flashback/podcast format kept the plot moving quickly and kept me guessing - all while maintaining a great element of suspense. As plot twists were revealed, I found myself needing more and more - until the ...

    I first came across the ?book within a book? concept in Emily Carpenter?s The Weight of Lies, and I totally fell in love with it. Since then there have been a few books that have featured social media or podcasts in their stories, such as Are You Sleeping by Kathleen Barber and O...

    Wasn't impressed but maybe you will be ...

    Thanks to TLC Book Tours and William Morrow for the copy in exchange for my honest review The best way to describe this book is unique and clever. Reading so many different thrillers you begin to notice that they begin to follow the same patterns and can become predictable in some w...

    4.5 Review to come ...

    I Know You Know by Gilly Macmillan 3.5 stars Twenty years ago, two adolescent boys were brutally murdered in the city of Bristol. A young man was convicted of the crimes, but questions are still there about whether or not he actually did it. Cody Swift can?t escape the fact tha...

    This tale holds the reader, until the plot thickens and becomes too convoluted. Still, it is worth the read because this is an author who knows how to write suspense. Approximately 20 years earlier, two eleven year old boys were found buried in a space behind a local dog race track. De...

    I was so excited when this was picked for book club. Although I've only read one other of Macmillan's books, I know that I love the easy, thought provoking reads that keep you involved through each chapter. For this one, I was torn on how I felt. I read through it at a moderate pace an...

    I listened to the audio version of I Know You Know and was captivated from the first word. A whip-smart thriller that kept me guessing all the way through, revealing layer after layer of complexity and secrets. Whenever I felt sure I knew a character, and what they'd done, another tw...

  • Jessica
    Oct 10, 2018

    Gilly Macmillan's standalone thriller is smart, beautifully written and so very well constructed with a narrative that revolves around a true crime podcast that goes back and forth in time. In 1996, two friends, 11 year old Scott Ashby and 10 year old Charlie Paige were brutally murder...

    The summary for this book describes it as an ?original, chilling, twisty mystery,? which I definitely feel is fitting, however I would also add one more word to that description: clever! This is one of those books where it?s best to go in knowing as little as possible and let the...

    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 m...

    Is this book some kind of prank? (view spoiler)[A good cop is really a bad cop. His meek partner is now the smart cop. A bad mother is now a good mother. Her thuggish pimp is now an astute businessman. The third young boy who survived the murder of his two best friends is now ex...

    Favorite Quotes: If you can control where an interview takes place, you are part of the way to controlling the interview itself. Location matters. Fletcher?s wife announced she was leaving him when they were in the Costco car park. He didn?t see it coming. He remembers acutely ...

    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 in...

    The talented and international bestselling author, Gilly Macmillan returns following Odd Child Out (Jim Clemo #2) with an unputdownable multi-layered standalone thriller with a ?killer? plot twist? I KNOW YOU KNOW.  5 Stars +++ Absolutely love this book and the cover!   A...

    I received an advance reader?s edition of this book as a Goodreads Giveaway. Expected publication is in September 2018. ?I Know You Know? tells the story of the murder of two 11-year-old boys, revisited 20 years later after the man convicted of the crime (Sidney Noyce) kills h...

    For twenty years, Sidney Noyce has claimed his innocence for the murders of Charlie Paige and Scott Ashby. In 1996, their bodies were found dumped by a dog track near the estate where they lived. Their friend, Cody Swift, who was ten like Charlie, lived, and now, twenty years later, is...

    I Know You Know is the second stand-alone novel by NYT best-selling British author, Gilly Macmillan. Early in 2017, Detective Inspector John Fletcher is called to an excavation site where bones have been discovered. He and his partner, DC Danny Fryer note that it?s very near the plac...

    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 w...

    Podcast, multiple POVs, past & present! Yes pls! RTC ...

    Twenty years ago the police caught the killer of his two best friends, Scott and Charlie. Now, Cody Swift wants the truth and has made a Podcast called It's Time To Tell" hoping to get help from the public. But someone else will do anything to keep new evidence from surfacing. Includ...

    I?m going to be in the minority here but I found this book tedious. And the ending was like a deflated balloon finally let out its last air. ...

    Hands down one of the best thrillers I have read this year - the dual timeline/flashback/podcast format kept the plot moving quickly and kept me guessing - all while maintaining a great element of suspense. As plot twists were revealed, I found myself needing more and more - until the ...

    I first came across the ?book within a book? concept in Emily Carpenter?s The Weight of Lies, and I totally fell in love with it. Since then there have been a few books that have featured social media or podcasts in their stories, such as Are You Sleeping by Kathleen Barber and O...

    Wasn't impressed but maybe you will be ...

    Thanks to TLC Book Tours and William Morrow for the copy in exchange for my honest review The best way to describe this book is unique and clever. Reading so many different thrillers you begin to notice that they begin to follow the same patterns and can become predictable in some w...

  • Shannon
    Sep 08, 2018

    Gilly Macmillan's standalone thriller is smart, beautifully written and so very well constructed with a narrative that revolves around a true crime podcast that goes back and forth in time. In 1996, two friends, 11 year old Scott Ashby and 10 year old Charlie Paige were brutally murder...

    The summary for this book describes it as an ?original, chilling, twisty mystery,? which I definitely feel is fitting, however I would also add one more word to that description: clever! This is one of those books where it?s best to go in knowing as little as possible and let the...

    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 m...

    Is this book some kind of prank? (view spoiler)[A good cop is really a bad cop. His meek partner is now the smart cop. A bad mother is now a good mother. Her thuggish pimp is now an astute businessman. The third young boy who survived the murder of his two best friends is now ex...

    Favorite Quotes: If you can control where an interview takes place, you are part of the way to controlling the interview itself. Location matters. Fletcher?s wife announced she was leaving him when they were in the Costco car park. He didn?t see it coming. He remembers acutely ...

    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 in...

    The talented and international bestselling author, Gilly Macmillan returns following Odd Child Out (Jim Clemo #2) with an unputdownable multi-layered standalone thriller with a ?killer? plot twist? I KNOW YOU KNOW.  5 Stars +++ Absolutely love this book and the cover!   A...

    I received an advance reader?s edition of this book as a Goodreads Giveaway. Expected publication is in September 2018. ?I Know You Know? tells the story of the murder of two 11-year-old boys, revisited 20 years later after the man convicted of the crime (Sidney Noyce) kills h...

    For twenty years, Sidney Noyce has claimed his innocence for the murders of Charlie Paige and Scott Ashby. In 1996, their bodies were found dumped by a dog track near the estate where they lived. Their friend, Cody Swift, who was ten like Charlie, lived, and now, twenty years later, is...

    I Know You Know is the second stand-alone novel by NYT best-selling British author, Gilly Macmillan. Early in 2017, Detective Inspector John Fletcher is called to an excavation site where bones have been discovered. He and his partner, DC Danny Fryer note that it?s very near the plac...

    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 w...

    Podcast, multiple POVs, past & present! Yes pls! RTC ...

  • QHuong(BookSpy)
    Nov 24, 2018

    Gilly Macmillan's standalone thriller is smart, beautifully written and so very well constructed with a narrative that revolves around a true crime podcast that goes back and forth in time. In 1996, two friends, 11 year old Scott Ashby and 10 year old Charlie Paige were brutally murder...

    The summary for this book describes it as an ?original, chilling, twisty mystery,? which I definitely feel is fitting, however I would also add one more word to that description: clever! This is one of those books where it?s best to go in knowing as little as possible and let the...

    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 m...

    Is this book some kind of prank? (view spoiler)[A good cop is really a bad cop. His meek partner is now the smart cop. A bad mother is now a good mother. Her thuggish pimp is now an astute businessman. The third young boy who survived the murder of his two best friends is now ex...

    Favorite Quotes: If you can control where an interview takes place, you are part of the way to controlling the interview itself. Location matters. Fletcher?s wife announced she was leaving him when they were in the Costco car park. He didn?t see it coming. He remembers acutely ...

    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 in...

    The talented and international bestselling author, Gilly Macmillan returns following Odd Child Out (Jim Clemo #2) with an unputdownable multi-layered standalone thriller with a ?killer? plot twist? I KNOW YOU KNOW.  5 Stars +++ Absolutely love this book and the cover!   A...

    I received an advance reader?s edition of this book as a Goodreads Giveaway. Expected publication is in September 2018. ?I Know You Know? tells the story of the murder of two 11-year-old boys, revisited 20 years later after the man convicted of the crime (Sidney Noyce) kills h...

    For twenty years, Sidney Noyce has claimed his innocence for the murders of Charlie Paige and Scott Ashby. In 1996, their bodies were found dumped by a dog track near the estate where they lived. Their friend, Cody Swift, who was ten like Charlie, lived, and now, twenty years later, is...

    I Know You Know is the second stand-alone novel by NYT best-selling British author, Gilly Macmillan. Early in 2017, Detective Inspector John Fletcher is called to an excavation site where bones have been discovered. He and his partner, DC Danny Fryer note that it?s very near the plac...

    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 w...

    Podcast, multiple POVs, past & present! Yes pls! RTC ...

    Twenty years ago the police caught the killer of his two best friends, Scott and Charlie. Now, Cody Swift wants the truth and has made a Podcast called It's Time To Tell" hoping to get help from the public. But someone else will do anything to keep new evidence from surfacing. Includ...

    I?m going to be in the minority here but I found this book tedious. And the ending was like a deflated balloon finally let out its last air. ...

    Hands down one of the best thrillers I have read this year - the dual timeline/flashback/podcast format kept the plot moving quickly and kept me guessing - all while maintaining a great element of suspense. As plot twists were revealed, I found myself needing more and more - until the ...

    I first came across the ?book within a book? concept in Emily Carpenter?s The Weight of Lies, and I totally fell in love with it. Since then there have been a few books that have featured social media or podcasts in their stories, such as Are You Sleeping by Kathleen Barber and O...

    Wasn't impressed but maybe you will be ...

    Thanks to TLC Book Tours and William Morrow for the copy in exchange for my honest review The best way to describe this book is unique and clever. Reading so many different thrillers you begin to notice that they begin to follow the same patterns and can become predictable in some w...

    4.5 Review to come ...

    I Know You Know by Gilly Macmillan 3.5 stars Twenty years ago, two adolescent boys were brutally murdered in the city of Bristol. A young man was convicted of the crimes, but questions are still there about whether or not he actually did it. Cody Swift can?t escape the fact tha...

    This tale holds the reader, until the plot thickens and becomes too convoluted. Still, it is worth the read because this is an author who knows how to write suspense. Approximately 20 years earlier, two eleven year old boys were found buried in a space behind a local dog race track. De...

    I was so excited when this was picked for book club. Although I've only read one other of Macmillan's books, I know that I love the easy, thought provoking reads that keep you involved through each chapter. For this one, I was torn on how I felt. I read through it at a moderate pace an...

    I listened to the audio version of I Know You Know and was captivated from the first word. A whip-smart thriller that kept me guessing all the way through, revealing layer after layer of complexity and secrets. Whenever I felt sure I knew a character, and what they'd done, another tw...

    4.5/5 Many years ago, two young boys were murdered and a mentally challenged adult male was charged and convicted for the crime, but many people believe him to be innocent for various reasons. So now, in present day, the boys? best friend has decided to re-investigate the crime an...

    RATING: 4 STARS I am a huge fan of true crime podcasts, so I was excited to see Gilly MacMillan's newest book was using this device to solve a cold case. We have the podcast host and "investigator" Cody Swift starting the podcast in order to revisit the murder of his two friends, ...

    I really loved this latest novel by Gilly Macmillan. This is the story of two murders, 20 years apart - or discovered - and a suicide by an innocent mentally challenged man who was convicted for the 20 year old murders of two ten year old boys. The two murdered boys were best friends, ...

    2.25 stars After all the hypes, I didn't think this book was worth it. It was... underwhelming, to be honest. While I appreciated the writing and the podcast style, I didn't think it was beneficial to this book. Here are the reasons why I was very unimpressed by this novel. 1. The...

  • Kathryn in FL
    Nov 03, 2018

    Gilly Macmillan's standalone thriller is smart, beautifully written and so very well constructed with a narrative that revolves around a true crime podcast that goes back and forth in time. In 1996, two friends, 11 year old Scott Ashby and 10 year old Charlie Paige were brutally murder...

    The summary for this book describes it as an ?original, chilling, twisty mystery,? which I definitely feel is fitting, however I would also add one more word to that description: clever! This is one of those books where it?s best to go in knowing as little as possible and let the...

    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 m...

    Is this book some kind of prank? (view spoiler)[A good cop is really a bad cop. His meek partner is now the smart cop. A bad mother is now a good mother. Her thuggish pimp is now an astute businessman. The third young boy who survived the murder of his two best friends is now ex...

    Favorite Quotes: If you can control where an interview takes place, you are part of the way to controlling the interview itself. Location matters. Fletcher?s wife announced she was leaving him when they were in the Costco car park. He didn?t see it coming. He remembers acutely ...

    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 in...

    The talented and international bestselling author, Gilly Macmillan returns following Odd Child Out (Jim Clemo #2) with an unputdownable multi-layered standalone thriller with a ?killer? plot twist? I KNOW YOU KNOW.  5 Stars +++ Absolutely love this book and the cover!   A...

    I received an advance reader?s edition of this book as a Goodreads Giveaway. Expected publication is in September 2018. ?I Know You Know? tells the story of the murder of two 11-year-old boys, revisited 20 years later after the man convicted of the crime (Sidney Noyce) kills h...

    For twenty years, Sidney Noyce has claimed his innocence for the murders of Charlie Paige and Scott Ashby. In 1996, their bodies were found dumped by a dog track near the estate where they lived. Their friend, Cody Swift, who was ten like Charlie, lived, and now, twenty years later, is...

    I Know You Know is the second stand-alone novel by NYT best-selling British author, Gilly Macmillan. Early in 2017, Detective Inspector John Fletcher is called to an excavation site where bones have been discovered. He and his partner, DC Danny Fryer note that it?s very near the plac...

    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 w...

    Podcast, multiple POVs, past & present! Yes pls! RTC ...

    Twenty years ago the police caught the killer of his two best friends, Scott and Charlie. Now, Cody Swift wants the truth and has made a Podcast called It's Time To Tell" hoping to get help from the public. But someone else will do anything to keep new evidence from surfacing. Includ...

    I?m going to be in the minority here but I found this book tedious. And the ending was like a deflated balloon finally let out its last air. ...

    Hands down one of the best thrillers I have read this year - the dual timeline/flashback/podcast format kept the plot moving quickly and kept me guessing - all while maintaining a great element of suspense. As plot twists were revealed, I found myself needing more and more - until the ...

    I first came across the ?book within a book? concept in Emily Carpenter?s The Weight of Lies, and I totally fell in love with it. Since then there have been a few books that have featured social media or podcasts in their stories, such as Are You Sleeping by Kathleen Barber and O...

    Wasn't impressed but maybe you will be ...

    Thanks to TLC Book Tours and William Morrow for the copy in exchange for my honest review The best way to describe this book is unique and clever. Reading so many different thrillers you begin to notice that they begin to follow the same patterns and can become predictable in some w...

    4.5 Review to come ...

    I Know You Know by Gilly Macmillan 3.5 stars Twenty years ago, two adolescent boys were brutally murdered in the city of Bristol. A young man was convicted of the crimes, but questions are still there about whether or not he actually did it. Cody Swift can?t escape the fact tha...

    This tale holds the reader, until the plot thickens and becomes too convoluted. Still, it is worth the read because this is an author who knows how to write suspense. Approximately 20 years earlier, two eleven year old boys were found buried in a space behind a local dog race track. De...

    I was so excited when this was picked for book club. Although I've only read one other of Macmillan's books, I know that I love the easy, thought provoking reads that keep you involved through each chapter. For this one, I was torn on how I felt. I read through it at a moderate pace an...

    I listened to the audio version of I Know You Know and was captivated from the first word. A whip-smart thriller that kept me guessing all the way through, revealing layer after layer of complexity and secrets. Whenever I felt sure I knew a character, and what they'd done, another tw...

    4.5/5 Many years ago, two young boys were murdered and a mentally challenged adult male was charged and convicted for the crime, but many people believe him to be innocent for various reasons. So now, in present day, the boys? best friend has decided to re-investigate the crime an...

    RATING: 4 STARS I am a huge fan of true crime podcasts, so I was excited to see Gilly MacMillan's newest book was using this device to solve a cold case. We have the podcast host and "investigator" Cody Swift starting the podcast in order to revisit the murder of his two friends, ...

    I really loved this latest novel by Gilly Macmillan. This is the story of two murders, 20 years apart - or discovered - and a suicide by an innocent mentally challenged man who was convicted for the 20 year old murders of two ten year old boys. The two murdered boys were best friends, ...

    2.25 stars After all the hypes, I didn't think this book was worth it. It was... underwhelming, to be honest. While I appreciated the writing and the podcast style, I didn't think it was beneficial to this book. Here are the reasons why I was very unimpressed by this novel. 1. The...

    Another book with a true crime podcast as it?s central theme I can?t get enough of them if they are done well and this one was. Clever plotting and an excellent finale. Past and present collide as Cody returns to a difficult time in his life, the loss of his two closest friend...

    I really enjoyed this book until the ending. It moved quickly and seemed to have several unrelated tangents for several main characters. This was intriguing and led to a desire to find out how all connected together. Unfortunately, the ending just didn't seem to related to the rest of ...