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You Should Have Known by Rebecca A. Keller
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Apr 04, 2023 | ISBN 9781639102600

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Praise

Praise for You Should Have Known:
“Nicely observed . . . carefully crafted plot.”
Publishers Weekly

“A beautifully drawn psychological literary thriller—and an accomplished first novel . . . An immensely thought-provoking psychological portrait that explores themes of what is right and what is just.” 
Shelf Awareness, starred review

“This deftly crafted thriller of a read will have a very special appeal to fans of riveting psychological suspense fiction . . . highly recommended.”
Midwest Book Review

“A solid, fun debut novel from author Keller.”
Red Carpet Crash

“Who cares about the gentle death of an elderly woman in a retirement community? You will—desperately—as you dive into the marvelous mystery at the heart of You Should Have Known. This book kept me up past my bedtime, frantically turning pages, shocked and delighted by each new twist.”
—Abby Geni, award-winning author of The Lightkeepers

“Unputdownable! This plot is so beautifully crafted! Never underestimate an elderly lady . . .”
—Helene Tursten, author of An Elderly Lady Must Not be Crossed

“This book winds and uncoils like a spring. Keenly observed, bittersweet and wise—like getting coffee with a lifelong friend. You should be reading!”
—Eliza Nellums, author of All That’s Bright and Gone and The Bone Cay

You Should Have Known is a terrific debut mystery—yet it’s also a thoughtful story about the indignities of aging in the face of greater wisdom and deeply held regrets. Readers will fall in love with Frannie Greene and root for her to heal from an unimaginable family tragedy.”
—Lynne Reeves, author of Dark Rivers to Cross

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