No One Needs to Know

  • by Kevin O'Brien
  • Narrated by Jonathan Yen
  • 16 hrs and 25 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In July 1970, actress Elaina Styles was slain in her rented Seattle mansion along with her husband and their son's nanny. When the baby's remains were found buried in a shallow grave close to a hippie commune, police moved in - only to find all its members already dead in a grisly mass suicide. Now, decades later, a film about the murders is shooting at the mansion. On-set caterer Laurie Trotter ignores gossip that the production is cursed. But then people start dying.... As Laurie digs deeper into what happened all those years ago, she discovers that the truth is more twisted than any whispered rumor, as a legacy of brutal vengeance reaches its terrifying climax.

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This is O'Brien's best yet!

What about Jonathan Yen’s performance did you like?

Jonathan Yen gave an excellent performance. His tones, inflections, cadence and gravity hit the mark every step of the way.


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This was Kevin O'Brien's best book to date. The book has two thriller plots going on simultaneously, each could have been a book in itself but together - WOW! When I first read the short description of this book I thought it sounded kind of contrived and wasn't sure this was going to work. Why in the world would a young woman working for a caterer play junior detective? This is a young single mother who moved to a new town, new job, people getting brutally murdered all around her - HELLO? Why would she stay? On top of that there is a looney who wants to pulverize her and take her young son in her home town looking for her. Next thing you know her face is on TV and still she stays. I kept thinking it can't work but to my surprise it did. Sorry I can't tell how or it would ruin the story so all I can say is GET THE BOOK! You won't regret it. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. If you found this review helpful please indicate so. Thank You.

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- shelley

Not very good.

I think I heard the word gape used at least 10 times in the first 4 hours of the book, and it didn't even get into what was described. Very disappointed in the writing. The narration was not too bad but I'm returning this snoozer of a book.
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- Christopher

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-28-2015
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio