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You Don't Know Me - Sara Foster

You Don't Know Me

Paperback Available: 1st November 2019
ISBN: 9781925685367
Number Of Pages: 384

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He’s hiding a dark secret ... But so is she
A stunning new thriller about the burden of shame from blockbuster author Sara Foster


Lizzie Burdett was eighteen when she vanished, and Noah Carruso has never forgotten her. She was his first crush, his unrequited love. She was also his brother’s girlfriend.

Tom Carruso hasn’t been home in over a decade. He left soon after Lizzie disappeared under a darkening cloud of suspicion, and now he’s back for the inquest into Lizzie’s death – intent on telling his side of the story. As the inquest looms, Noah meets Alice Pryce on holiday. They fall for each other fast and hard, but Noah can’t bear to tell Alice his deepest fears. And Alice is equally stricken – she carries a terrible secret of her own. Is the truth worth telling if it will destroy everything?

Industry Reviews

‘With richly drawn characters and a tight, deftly handled plot, You Don't Know Me is a propulsive, dark and mysterious thriller.’
Christian White, bestselling author of The Nowhere Child

‘Dark, compelling and truly memorable. Foster is one of my favourite writers.’
Dervla McTiernan, author of The Ruin

‘This book has it all: a gripping opening, characters I cared deeply for, a compelling mystery and heart-stopping pace. I couldn’t put it down. This is Sara Foster’s best book yet.’
Natasha Lester, bestselling author of The Paris Seamstress

ISBN: 9781925685367
ISBN-10: 1925685365
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 384
Available: 1st November 2019
Dimensions (cm): 23.7 x 15.5  x 3.2
Weight (kg): 0.5

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Sara Foster

About the Author


I moved to Perth, WA, from the UK in my late twenties, and I’m proud to belong to both places. I remember sitting in the back of a car travelling through Melbourne when I was seven years old, peering out at gum trees and somehow knowing this country was home too. Britain has better pubs, greener grass and tastier chocolate, but Australia has sunnier beaches, bigger portions of cake and a brilliant assortment of weird animals waiting for me to photograph them, so here I am. My extended family is scattered worldwide, and I’m resigned to always missing someone. However, I’m soppily grateful that I get to see my husband and daughter every day.

I was at my wisest when I was about five years old – back then I’m sure I knew exactly what life was about, and could have told you I wanted to write for a living. However, by the time I left university I was overwhelmed by possibilities. Life had to keep intervening and pointing the way for me, until finally I began to get it. I then pursued my writing very quietly for a number of years, while moonlighting as an editor helping other people with similar dreams. Eventually, I took the plunge and waved my book off into the big wide world, where it was fortunate enough to meet some brilliant people who have helped it climb onto shelves around the country. I hope it is the first of many.

I have volunteered for various charities throughout my life, including Save the Children, War Child and more recently Sea Shepherd. I’m a strong believer in the tremendous difference they all make to the world, and would always like to do more. Back in 2002, I went for drinks with Jessica Adams and Helen Basini, and our enthusiastic conversation about books for charity laid the foundation for the international bestselling Kids’ Night In series, raising money for War Child. I continue to work with Jessica on the fantastic female-friendly travel website www.holidaygoddess.com, as one of their contributors.

I enjoy living in my imagination, but occasionally I also like to get out into the real world, where in the past I have strapped myself onto rucksacks, photography gear, scuba diving tanks, and on two occasions a burly parachutist. At present I am usually found clinging on to a small toddler’s hand, while said toddler tries to shake me off and lose me. If she gets too good at this, she may find herself strapped to me as well.

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