He’s hiding a dark secret … But so is she
A stunning new thriller about the burden of shame from blockbuster author Sara Foster
Lizzie Burdett was eighteen when she vanished, and Noah Carruso has never forgotten her. She was his first crush, his unrequited love. She was also his brother’s girlfriend.
Tom Carruso hasn’t been home in over a decade. He left soon after Lizzie disappeared under a darkening cloud of suspicion, and now he’s back for the inquest into Lizzie’s disappearance—intent on telling his side of the story.
As the inquest looms, Noah meets Alice Pryce on holiday. They fall for each other fast and hard, but Noah can’t bear to tell Alice his deepest fears. And Alice is equally stricken—she carries a terrible secret of her own.
Is the truth worth telling if it will destroy everything?
“Dark, compelling, and truly memorable. Foster is one of my favorite writers.” —Dervla McTiernan, bestselling author of The Ruin and The Scholar
“You Don’t Know Me proves yet again that Sara Foster is a writer at the top of her game. A compelling story of secrets, lies, and heartache.” —Emma Viskic, award-winning author of And Fire Came Down and Resurrection Bay
“With richly drawn characters and a tight, deftly handled plot, You Don’t Know Me is a propulsive, dark, and mysterious thriller.” —Christian White, bestselling author of The Nowhere Child
“This book has it all: a gripping opening, characters I cared deeply for, a compelling mystery, and heart-stopping pace. I couldn’t put it down. This is Sara Foster’s best book yet.” —Natasha Lester, bestselling author of The Paris Seamstress and The Paris Orphan
“You Don’t Know Me is a compelling, layered thriller with beautifully drawn characters.” —Sarah Bailey, author of the Gemma Woodstock series
Sara Foster was born and raised in England and moved to Australia in 2004. She has published six other novels: Come Back to Me, Beneath the Shadows, Shallow Breath, All That Is Lost between Us, You Don’t Know Me, and The Hidden Hours. She lives near Perth, Western Australia, with her husband and two young daughters, and is a doctoral candidate with Curtin University.
Anthea Greco is an actress and has done stand-up at LA’s famous Laugh Factory. After minoring in theatre studies alongside her degree of Psychological Science, Anthea went on to study at the Acting Studio at VCA and the Full Time Acting Program at Howard Fine Acting Studio, Australia. She lives and works between LA and Melbourne.
Raphael Corkhill grew up in central London and attended the renowned Eton College before moving to the United States to attend Princeton University, after which he completed his MFA acting degree at the University of Southern California. Raphael’s recent credits include the Los Angeles Theatre Center’s production of Short Eyes, A Happy End at the Museum of Tolerance, and Luke Eberl’s latest film, The Movie. Raphael’s voice-over work includes the Weinstein Company’s upcoming feature Lawless and the award-winning short film Wrecks and Violins.