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Nobody Knows But You by Anica Mrose Rissi
Maybe a killer only looks like a killer in the moment just before, during, or after.
Maybe a liar, a good one, never shows it.
Kayla is still holding on to Lainie’s secrets.
After all, Lainie is Kayla’s best friend. And despite Lainie’s painful obsession with her on-again, off-again boyfriend, and the ways he has tried to come between them, friends don’t spill each other’s secrets. They don’t betray each other’s trust.
The murder at the end of the summer doesn’t change all that.
Besides—Kayla knows that the truth is not the whole story.
I was in the mood for a moody contemporary so I picked this up from my local library. Then I saw it was an epistolary novel so I hesitated… then I saw a positive review that said it was incredible on audio! So I’m really looking forward to listening to this.