From the author of Almost Missed You comes Not That I Could Tell, a thrilling new audiobook by Jessica Strawser.
How well do you know your neighbors?
In small-town Yellow Springs, Ohio, everyone thinks they know each other pretty well. It’s full of quirky neighborhoods and close-knit friends — who could have anything to hide?
That illusion is shattered after a group of neighborhood women meet one Saturday night, wine in hand and their kids already in bed. Kristin, Clara, and their new neighbor, Izzy, don’t know each other well, but they’re giddy with freedom, tipsy with wine, and their conversations soon turn personal. By Monday morning, Kristin is gone.
With nobody able to pinpoint what went wrong, the investigation turns up more questions than answers. Soon, Kristin’s husband, Paul, finds himself at the center of it all. For Kristin’s closest neighbor, Clara, the disappearance is triggering memories that she thought she buried long ago. She’s unable to extract herself from getting involved, and her suspicions quickly grow. As for the newest Yellow Springs neighbor, Izzy? She’s determined not to jump to conclusions, as she has her own crisis at home.
The investigation goes from a media circus to a cold case, and the neighbors are forced to ask themselves how well they truly know each other. Erin Bennett narrates the audiobook in an eerie, suspenseful manner that perfectly captures the various voices of Yellow Springs as they struggle to find Kristin in time. Listen to a clip below!