Review: Strangers We Know by Elle Marr

With this, her third novel, Marr firmly establishes herself as a must read author. STRANGERS WE KNOW gripped me from the first few pages and delivered a dark and twisty thrill ride I simply didn’t want to end. In addition to being a multi-layered and surprising whodunit mystery, it also manages to tug at your heartstrings with an emotional depth you don’t usually find in this genre. 

Adopted as a baby into a loving family, Ivy Hon never knew her birth family and had no reason to look for them until a health crisis sent her in search of her family medical history. What she found was much more sinister. Secrets, lies, and a connection to a serial killer, are just a few of the things Ivy discovers as she digs deeper into her past.

Told from multiple POVs and spanning decades, this is a story about good & evil and the true meaning of the word family.

STRANGERS WE KNOW releases on May 1. Thank you to the author and publisher for my advance reading copy.

Pre-order your copy HERE.

Read my Q&A with Elle Marr

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