You Should Have Known
A successful New York City therapist with the perfect family she always wanted has her life turned upside after her husband goes missing and a chain of horrible revelations send her reeling.
Very good suspenseful psychological thriller set in the interesting milieu of upper class, private-school-attending Manhattanites. There's an interesting juxtaposition of psychological theories that are presented: on one hand, there's the Robert Frost theory of decision-making and life (I took th... Read More »
Grace Reinhart Sachs is living the only life she ever wanted for herself as a successful therapist with a son and a devoted, successful husband. A book she has written about how important it is for women to really hear what men are trying to tell them is due to be published in a few weeks but the... Read More »
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You Should Have Known was a thrilling read, filled with intrigue, shock, and horror. I thought the premise sounded very interested, and I was pleasantly surprised with the strength of the novel. Although I didn't connect on a deep level with the protagonist, her story and her post-traumatic life were engaging and seemed very realistic. Truly and enjoyable read.
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