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The Last to Know A Family S Past Pursues Them Like A Shadow In This Riveting And Emotional Novel Of Psychological Suspense By The Charts Bestselling Author Of All The Little ChildrenAmerican Journalist Rose Kynaston Has Just Relocated To The Childhood Home Of Her Husband, Dylan, In The English Village Of His Youth There S A Lot For Rose To Get Used To In Hurtwood Like The Family S Crumbling Mansion, Inhabited By Dylan S Reclusive Mother, And The Treacherous Hill It Sits Upon, A Place Of Both Sinister Folklore And Present DangersThen There Are Unwelcoming Villagers, Who Only Whisper The Name Kynaston Like Some Dreadful Secret, A Curse Everyone Knows What Happened At Hurtwood House Twenty Years Ago Everyone Except Rose And Now That Dylan Is Back, So Are Rumors About His PastWhen An Archaeological Dig Unearths Human Remains On The Hill, Local Police Sergeant Ellie Trevelyan Vows To Solve A Cold Case That Has Cast A Chill Over Hurtwood For DecadesAs Ellie Works To Separate Rumor From Facts, Rose Must Fight To Clear The Name Of The Man She Loves But How Can Rose Keep Her Family Safe If She Is The Last To Know The Truth


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10 thoughts on “The Last to Know

  1. says:

    Rose and Dylan Kynaston both work in television production and they meet on location in Africa They return to Dylan s childhood home, Hurtwood House in Shropshire with their young son Aled It soon becomes clear that Dylan s mother Gwendoline is suffering from dementia as her behaviour is strange from thei


  2. says:

    I actually really enjoyed the book overall but I did have a couple of gripes with it Dylan and Rose Kynaston and their 5 year old son, Aled, travel from Nigeria, where they have been working for some years as journalists, to Hurtwood in Shropshire, England They arrive at the family pile, Hurtwood House on Grim s


  3. says:

    Thank You to NetGalley and Lake Union Publishing for this ARC American journalist Rose Kynaston has just relocated to the childhood home of her husband, Dylan, in the English village of his youth Rose does her best to get accustomed to this new home and lifestyle in Hurtwood To make lifedifficult, she witnesses the hosti


  4. says:

    Thank you NetGalley and Lake Union Publishing for the eARC.Wonderful book I loved Ms Furniss The Trailing Spouse and with The Last To Know she has become one of my new favorite authors It was fun to find out she thanked Imogen Clark, another one of my favorite authors, for reading the first draft.Rose, Dylan and their little son


  5. says:

    Thank you to the publisher for providing an ecopy of this book via Netgalley What a mysterious, gripping tale The plot is somewhat slow to unfold but once it does, you won t be able to put it down This is a duel point of view book following Rose and Ellie Rose relocated from Africa with her husband Dylan to his hometown and the estate o


  6. says:

    American Rose Kynaston is a video journalist married to fellow journalist Dylan and agrees to move from war torn Africa to the quiet peace of rural town England, where Dylan is originally from He comes from a well to do family that has a crumbling country pile and a legacy to carry on the house But his mother Gwendoline has become secretive and


  7. says:

    3.5 out of 5 stars This is a suspense mystery that will quickly get you to realize something isn t right Rose and Dylan Kynaston move from across the globe with their four year old son Aled, to Dylan s small hometown of Hurtwood, in Shropshire, England They want to establish roots for their family It s written from two points of view Rose, an American,


  8. says:

    Thank you to NetGalley and the Author and publisher for a copy of this ARC.The opinions expressed are my own.Due to a extended illness I ve gotten way behind on my reviews, so these are going to be short and sweet Not a huge fan of this story.., Ok plot, problem holding my interest but the ending was good The characters were well liked and complex 3 stars reco


  9. says:

    After relocating the the childhood home of her husband, American journalist Rose Kynaston finds there s a lot to get used to in Hurtwood There are unwelcoming villagers who struggle to forgive what happened at Hurtwood House twenty years ago Everyone is familiar with the story everyone except Rose When an archaeological dig unearths human remains on the hill, local po


  10. says:

    I picked the perfect weekend to read The Last to Know, it was dark and gloomy outside, rain pouring down, truly miserable, the ideal weather for reading a good spooky mystery.It s never easy to be a stranger in a new town, especially one where everyone knows who you are and they know all about who you are with and where you are staying Rose Kynaston is experiencing first hand


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