About the book…
You can trust your family, can’t you…?
Tess Piper was fourteen when her adored twin sister Edie disappeared.
She has spent the last twenty years building a life away from her fractured family, desperate to escape the shadow of the past.
Only now she needs to confront the huge hole her sister’s disappearance left in her life, because a body has been found. The police are shining a spotlight on the Piper family. And secrets are about to surface.
After all, it’s common knowledge that more often than not, these crimes are committed by someone close to the victim. Someone they trust. Someone they know…
What really happened to Edie Piper?
My thoughts on Someone You Know…
I love a good psychological thriller and Someone You Know is definitely one of those, even though – in many ways – it fits into the formula of so many books I’ve read over recent years. Tess is a young(ish) woman who can’t move on with her life because of what happened in her past. She drinks too much, parties too much and won’t commit to a relationship with a man she thinks she loves. Then, the very thing she can’t get over in her past comes crashing into her future, this time in the form of her sister’s remains, found after she went missing twenty years earlier.
The news brings Tess back home, to a father who never got over her sister’s disappearance either and an aunt and uncle whose marriage seems strained to breaking. They all seem to be hiding some, as do old school friends and boyfriends. Unable to live without knowing the truth, Tess digs deeper and deeper. Unfortunately, what she finds out is worse than anything she could possibly have imagined.
So, a story that so many of us have read so many times. Here, though, the writing is so good and the story is so well written I forgot that. Instead, I got carried along and carried away with the story. I loved every minute of it, reading it in just two sittings, and can’t wait to read another book by Issac-Henry.
Note: I received this book in return for a fair and honest review. All thoughts, feelings and opinions are my own.