Thought I Knew You

  • by Kate Moretti
  • Narrated by Anne Marie Damman
  • 9 hrs and 10 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Claire Barnes is shattered when her husband, Greg, goes on a business trip and never returns.
Unwilling to just wait for the police to find him, Claire conducts her own investigation. Her best friend Drew helps her look for answers, but all she finds are troubling questions. With every clue, she discovers that Greg may not be the man she thought she married.
While battling her growing feelings for Drew and raising her two young children, Claire must learn to live with the knowledge that the truth behind Greg's disappearance may never be revealed.


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Very interesting story

This was a very interesting absorbing story. It took me a few beats to get use to the narrator. There were several times throughout the book were it seemed like she was just reading the book. Just.. reading.. a.. book. Also, the pitch of her voice isn't the most pleasant to listen to. However after a bit I got use to it and the story is so interesting I put the pitch of her voice and the way she was reading aside and got into the story. I don't usually do that. If I don't like the narrator I kick the book to the curb and move on but the character (of the book) was from the suburbs of New Jersey and the book was written in the first person. She was relating events in her life... so I thought this could be how a wife, mother from the suburbs could sound telling folks about events in her life. She wouldn't sound like a professional book reader.

Anywho, the story is really interesting. I recommend it.
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- Delah "Which came first... the books or the glasses?"


The story was good and kept my attention. Very glad the author answered almost all the questions of this "mystery". However I was disappointed when the book took storm toward "women's fiction" with unnecessary descriptions of sex or titillation. This gave the book a "first novel" feel as if the author used sex as filler.
The reader was ok - but seemed noted by the story at times.
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- L. Lee "L.J. Lee"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-27-2013
  • Publisher: Red Adept Publishing, LLC