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Publisher's Summary

From #1 New York Times bestselling author of One of Us Is Lying comes a new, compelling mystery. Be sure to keep your friends close . . . and your secrets closer.

Four years ago, Brynn left Saint Ambrose School following the shocking murder of her favorite teacher—a story that made headlines after the teacher’s body was found by three Saint Ambrose students in the woods behind their school. The case was never solved. Now that Brynn is moving home and starting her dream internship at a true-crime show, she’s determined to find out what really happened.

The kids who found Mr. Larkin are her way in, and her ex-best friend, Tripp Talbot, was one of them. Without his account of events, the other two kids might have gone down for Mr. Larkin’s murder—but instead, thanks to Tripp, they're now at the top of the Saint Ambrose social pyramid. Tripp's friends have never forgotten what Tripp did for them that day, and neither has he. Just like he hasn’t forgotten that everything he told the police was a lie.

Digging into the past is bound to shake up the present, and when Brynn begins to investigate what happened in the woods that day, she uncovers secrets that might change everything—about Saint Ambrose, about Mr. Larkin, and about her ex-best friend, Tripp Talbot.

Four years ago someone got away with murder. More terrifying is that they might be closer than anyone thinks.

©2022 Karen M. McManus (P)2022 Listening Library

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Really good!

For the first time in a long time I didn't figure it out right away. Great character development and kept my interest.

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Full of suspense without the gore! Loved it!

I would recommend this to anyone who enjoys suspense without all the needless, over abundance of swear words or gruesomeness found in a lot of stories and movies today - really enjoyed it!

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Super great as always

I really like Karen McManus's books and writing style. She did not disappoint at all with this new one. I like how a lot of her other book characters exist in this universe, and I really like how the main characters are written and how intertwined they grow and develop. It's a fun ride!

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Author’s best book yet!

I’ve read all of Karen McManus books and this is her best work yet. More mature than the others, with more content, twists and turns. Very good! Cant wait for what’s next.

The narrators are also great.

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Surprisingly good.

I actually really enjoyed this book. I didn't really care for the female narrator. Her speech was a little stilted but not to the point that I couldn't finish it. she just wasn't my favorite narrator. I did like that they had more that one narrator.

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Loved it!!!

Not fully able to pick it all apart. Surprise twists and more! Couldn’t wait to finish it!

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good but not great

I've been waiting for this book for months. I've loved everything this author has put out. ultimately I thought the book was well performed and the story was solid. I just wouldn't say it was as great as her earlier stuff.

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Perfect except for male narrator

How do you improve on perfection? Ask Karen McManus. The Queen of YA mystery is back with her sixth and best novel NOTHING MORE TO TELL with characters more unique and nuanced and a story more unputdownable than her previous best sellers. Best of all McManus shatters trite tropes creating a more realistic story.

Brynn started off both chagrined and cocky, slowly learning how little she *knew*. She’s not smarter than all the adults and breaking the rules of her internship on a true crime show have real world consequences, even when she’s right.

Narrator Jesse Vilinsky is spot on, as always unmatched by the male narrator, whose name I’ve forgotten and not interested in looking up. His female dialogue voices are awful and don’t make up for his adequate male voices. Vilinsky could have done a better job narrating the whole story.

NOTHING MORE TO TELL is a great story for tween, teen and adults who enjoy YA mysteries.

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I want Book Two

Another home run with a McManus book. She has been an auto buy author for me ever since The Cousins and has been my inspiration to write thriller novels. This book has to be the best book she has written. So many interesting plot turns and story moments I never would have guest. A best way to introduce the MC as an investigator. I’m mad that I didn’t come up with it lol. It’s also rare that I would love all the characters including the side characters as well.

I also listened to the novel via audio book and loved the accents that each character was given. Tipp’s female voice threw me off for a bit, but I got use to it at the end. Love the duo narrator.

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