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From The Award Winning Author Of Ways To Disappear, An Explosive New Novel About What A Powerful Politician Thinks He Can Get Away With And The Women Bold Enough To Stop Him Ten Years After The Collapse Of A Brutal Regime, Lena Suspects The Powerful Senator She Was Involved With Back In Her Student Activist Days Is Taking Advantage Of A Young Woman Who S Been Introducing Him At Rallies When The Young Woman Ends Up Dead, Lena Revisits Her Own Fraught History With The Senator And The Violent Incident That Ended Their Relationship.Why Didn T Lena Speak Up Then, And Will Her Family S Support Of The Former Regime Still Impact Her Credibility What If Her Hunch About This Young Woman S Death Is Wrong What Follows Is A Riveting Exploration Of The Cost Of Staying Silent And The Mixed Rewards Of Speaking Up In A Profoundly Divided Country Those Who Knew Confirms Novey S Place As An Essential New Voice In American Fiction.

10 thoughts on “Those Who Knew

  1. Danny Caine Danny Caine says:

    Idra Novey s Those Who Knew is a taut, thrilling novel with a revolutionary sensibility Set on an unnamed island in the aftermath of a harsh regime funded by The North, it follows young activist Lara as she falls in with a charismatic senator promising free tuition for all college students Lara soon discovers lurking darkness beneath the powerful senator s slick exterior, and the ripples of that dark...

  2. Aimee Aimee says:

    This book is not only a powerful and moving story, but also deeply needed meditation about the intersection of gender and society It feels like a current story and an ancient one It is a book we need right now, and one that I know I ll return to in years to come.

  3. Lauren Lauren says:

    This book couldn t have been timelier if it tried and sadly, it ll still be on point when it s published in November I love slim novels that jump straight into the heart of the matter, confident enough to avoid filler and excessive backstory THOSE WHO KNEW is no exception Also, another great book that could care less about your need fo...