Gina's son, Steven, caught only a fleeting glimpse of the killer as he fled. If only, he wonders again and again.
As Lily Chin prepares for her upcoming wedding, a mysterious woman appears to inform her of her fiancé's secret life—which may have included Gina Engel.
Louise Carpanetti received a phone call from the dying Gina. Now, more than a decade later, she is forced to finally acknowledge a shocking possibility: the killer might be her emotionally disturbed son. . . .
Told through three distinct yet interconnected narratives, Karen Shepard's Don't I Know You? is an intricate, dazzling, and devastating psychological drama that absorbs and thrills as it examines the complexities of the human heart.
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fizzles as a murder mystery, it succeeds brilliantly like Shepard's previous novels, "An Empire of Women" and "The Bad Boy's Wife" as a deft study of the mechanics of compromise.Jun 18 2006 | Read Full Review of Don't I Know You?: A Novel
The second part takes place a year later, following schoolteacher Lily Chin, engaged to wealthy Nickolai Belov, as she's confronted by a woman who claims to have been Nickolai's lover—before pointing Lily to where Nickolai has hidden Gina's journal.Mar 13 2006 | Read Full Review of Don't I Know You?: A Novel
Karen Shepard's investigation unfolds obliquely jumping forward 16 months, then more than a decade, then flashing back to four years before the murder concentrating on seemingly extraneous characters.May 19 2006 | Read Full Review of Don't I Know You?: A Novel
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