Someone We Know

Someone We Know

Large Print - 2019
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A teenager sneaks into houses in his neighborhood to hack into computers and steal information. As suspicion mounts as to who this hacker is, a woman is found murdered. How far would your neighbor go to protect their secrets?
Publisher: New York :, Random House Large Print,, [2019]
Edition: First large print edition
Copyright Date: ©2019
ISBN: 9780593152232
Branch Call Number: FIC Lapen
Characteristics: xii, 380 pages


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Jun 05, 2020

Fast read - quick paced plot. Typical of LaPena's others (I preferred "The Couple Next Door" but enjoyed it more than "An Unwanted Guest" and "A Stranger In The House"). Still prefer Ruth Ware for character development - but Shari's reads are always entertaining.

Mar 29, 2020

Excellent book a must read. Great family story about parents kinds and some suspense.
Couldn't put it down!!!! March 29, 2020

Feb 07, 2020

Excellent read! I kind of figured out who did it but I must say there are so many twists and turns that it really keeps you doubting everyone. I hope there is a sequel coming out because the characters are very rich and it seems like there is so much more to explore.

Feb 04, 2020

Having read Lapena's other 3 terrific books, I found this one to be a real Winner! It wouldn't surprise me if there was a follow-up novel, based on the ending. Would highly recommend it.

Dec 30, 2019

Loved this book! Was not sure until almost the end who did it.

Dec 29, 2019

Too easy to figure out whodunit at too early a stage in the book. Everything else is just everyone else speculating and gossiping. Wouldn't recommend.

Dec 22, 2019

Easy and quick read like all of her novels. The book pulls you right in from the beginning. I did find it a bit dragging towards the end of the book. There was a lot of repetition with the investigation and at that point you just wanted it done and over with. The ending was a bit disappointing regarding who the murderer was. It didn't really make much sense for why that person would be the killer. It's almost as if the author was trying really hard for a twist and just threw that person in. I also felt the second murder was pointless. They also mention the pregnancy, husband being a psycho, and the phone so you think it has a point to the storyline/motive but it really doesn't. They could've left those details out.

Dec 20, 2019

I'm amazed by how much people seem to love this book. It's an okay mystery but otherwise is lacking. The characters are very two dimensional and the writing is also flat. I never came to care much about any of the characters, we never really get any backstory on any of them and any information provided about their emotional landscapes was fairly trite and predictable. I didn't care who did it or why. Everyone is having affairs, is anxious and bored, so what?

Dec 19, 2019

Shari Lapena has done it again. This was a great book with lots of neighborhood drama which leads you to question who your neighbors really are and how well you actually know the people you consider to be your friends.

Nov 10, 2019

Definitely a page turner

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