Title: The Killer You Know
Author: A. M. Taylor
Stars: 3 1\2
The story reminds me of a TV series that is currently on TV. They try to prove that the person who is accused of Murder and convicted innocent and it has a Pod cast. The female lead instead of a Lawyer she is a cop.
While the story is predictable and everything falls into place perfectly the character stand out and give readers a glimpse that maybe not everyone who is in jail are guilty.
I will admit the author use of certain terms which are not regularly used in America.
The story is a little to long and sometimes the details are over used but it moves slowly.
Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher Harper Collins for the advance copy of A.M. Taylor The Killer you know
One morning ten years ago, the town of Twin Rivers changed forever when the body of Tyler Washington was found in the woods. Son of the mayor, star of the high school basketball team – his death struck right at the heart of this tight-knit community.
For Olivia Hall, Tyler’s death heralded the start of her own personal nightmare – her twin brother, Ethan, was arrested for Tyler’s murder. Ten years later, Ethan is still in jail. Olivia is convinced he is innocent, and now, a true crime podcast has taken up his case.
As the podcast digs deeper, secrets, lies and shocking revelations are all uncovered. For the first time, Olivia dares to hope that Ethan may be set free. But if he didn’t kill Tyler, who did? And how far will they go to keep their secrets safe?
Perfect for fans of podcasts Serial, Happy Face and The Teacher’s Pet, and TV shows Making a Murderer, Staircase and Dirty John
Expected publication: July 12th 2019 by HarperCollins Publishers
About The Author:
A. M. Taylor lives and writes in London. When not making up stories, she writes copy for a living and can most often be found drinking coffee, watching Netflix, and trying to keep up with a never ending TBR pile. She’s been obsessed with mysteries ever since Nancy Drew first walked into her life and would probably have attempted to become a private detective at some point, if only it didn’t involve actually having to talk to people. She has a cat called Domino, ambitions of owning a dog one day, and is as obsessed with My Favorite Murder as you probably are.