What You Don't Know
Catching the killer is just the beginning in the outstandingly dark debut, What You Don't Know, from rising grip-lit star, JoAnn Chaney.
Do you really know your neighbours?
Jacky Seever was a beloved local businessman and pillar of the Denver community. Until thirty-one bodies were discovered in the crawlspace of his house.
Detective Paul Hoskins was lauded for bringing down one of the most ruthless serial-killers of the decade.
Sammie Peterson, the lead reporter on the case, finally obtained the success she craved.
And Seever's wife, Gloria? Well, she claimed to be as surprised as everyone else.
But when you get that close to a killer, can you really just move on?
This outstanding dark debut . . . paints an absorbing, graphic portrait of the dangers of getting too close to evil, and is breathtaking from first page to the last
Superb characters, sparkling dialogue, and a gripping, terrifying plot, plus flashes of humour to boot; this book has it all. It's very hard to believe this is Ms. Chaney's first novel
Chris Pavone, New York Times bestselling author of The Travelers
A masterclass in character study, a beautifully woven story, and truly chilling at its core, this is a literary crime novel not to be missed!
Sarah Pinborough, author of Behind Her Eyes