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Marie is war widow who just wants to get through her day working as a church secretary. She is still mourning the loss of her husband two years after his death. She is not looking for a good time so she almost says no when her friend Elise asks her to go to a party in the Hollywood hills. Once they get to the party, it is increasingly clear that something isn't quite right. And where has Elise gotten to? This will set Marie on a path to fighting demons and powerful men. But could it also steer her toward a fresh start?
This is set in the 40's directly after WWII was won. It was well plotted and the characters were fully developed. It kept my attention throughout and I was invested in finishing the book to know the outcome for Marie, Tom, Collin and Elise. Although there were some parts that could have been more fleshed out, especially the Father, it was entertaining and definitely a fun listen.
The narration was extremely well done with the tone of the book captured quite well by LC Kane, who gave a good performance for both male and female characters. I would definitely listen to something else by LC Kane. I did listen on 1.5 speed which is my wont.
I received this audiobook for free through Audiobook Boom! in exchange for an honest review.
What made the experience of listening to The Devil You Know the most enjoyable?
A roller coaster ride of Golden Age Hollywood
What did you like best about this story?
Found it both eerily creepy and psychologically satisfying
Which scene was your favorite?
The whole book was good
Any additional comments?
I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher