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Publisher's Summary

An evocative drama about a woman caught leading a double life after one husband murders the other, and the true-crime writer who becomes obsessed with telling her story—this masterful work of literary suspense marks the debut of an extraordinary new writer

The dance becomes an affair, which becomes a marriage, which becomes a murder....

In 1985, Dolores “Lore” Rivera marries Andres Russo in Mexico City, even though she is already married to Fabian Rivera in Laredo, Texas, and they share twin sons. Through her career as an international banker, Lore splits her time between two countries and two families—until the truth is revealed and one husband is arrested for murdering the other.

In 2017, while trawling the internet for the latest, most sensational news reports, struggling true-crime writer Cassie Bowman encounters an article detailing that tragic final act. Cassie is immediately enticed by what is not explored: Why would a woman—a mother—risk her family, career, and social standing for a secret double marriage? Cassie sees an opportunity—she’ll track Lore down and capture the full picture, the choices, the deceptions that led to disaster. But the more time she spends with Lore, the more Cassie questions the facts surrounding the murder itself. Soon, her determination to uncover the truth could threaten to derail Lore’s now quiet life—and expose the many secrets both women are hiding.

Told through alternating timelines, More Than You’ll Ever Know is both a gripping mystery and a wrenching family drama. Presenting a window into the hearts of two very different women, it explores the many conflicting demands of marriage and motherhood, and the impossibility of ever truly knowing someone—especially those we love.

©2022 Katie Gutierrez (P)2022 HarperCollins Publishers

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Surprisingly Satisfying

I headlined this as "surprisingly satisfying" because I thought it was going to be a different kind of story. More of a thriller. Instead the author spent a lot of time developing the story and the characters to reveal what was happening within them emotionally. They are all flawed which is true of all of us if we are honest. But their flaws were relatable and that made this story, at the end, a satisfying tale of deceit, love, and sacrifice. I look forward to more books from Katie Gutierrez.

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Great story!

Loved this book! Enjoyed the building of the characters and how the author developed each person. Well read too. Great story

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Beautifully woven story of Imperfection

I got to the end and wondered how much I’d missed. The story was so wonderfully told. While some of the big story lines were same old, the way they got there was new and tantalizing.

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5/5

Amazing. I didn't expect it to talk about motherhood like this, talking abt how its never 50/50, how society expect so much of women, and when they mess up, they judge her harshly, but when men do the same mistakes,they are understandable.

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Worth a credit

The only negative would be that the ending was a bit all over the place and confusing. The narration was fabulous and the story was solid.

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wow

This book was very eye opening And entertaining. Yes I really connected with the characters. I love reading about flawed characters. What people don't understand is this book does go from Spanish to English quite often but with context clues it's not hard to put together what is being said. This book was definitely written mostly for bilingual Speakers but it was amazing it was not targeted for those who would take offense to the Spanish being integrated into the book.

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Love !!

I was hesitant to order this book. I thumbed through a few of the other reviews … and they weren’t all glowing. BUT I took a chance! And I loved it !! The story line hooked me in almost immediately!

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riveting,

had you guessing who the killer was til the end , how it affected two families.

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got me out of a reading slump

I loved this book so much, I hated a loved Lore throughout the book, this book had me crying and laughing

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More than I’ll ever want to know!

Yes, I recommend this book. It’s a really unusual plot and quite captivating.
I think it’s over written, with too much detail and way too many gratuitous analogies, kind of like a high school writing project.
Narration is quite good.
I liked the Spanish!
It’s a keeper.