What Alice Knew

What Alice Knew

By T. A. Cotterell

  • Release Date : 2016-12-01
  • Genre : Crime & Thrillers
  • FIle Size : 2.94 MB
Score: 3.5
From 37 Ratings
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What Alice Knew 'Intriguing ... an impressive debut'
Shari Lapena, author of The Couple Next Door

'It made me look at marriage in a different light'
Jane Corry, author of My Husband's Wife

'T. A. Cotterell masterfully conjures up the suffocating atmosphere that envelopes the couple as they navigate the mental trauma of maintaining a complex web of lies ... An intriguing, well-constructed and dramatic debut'

How far would you go to keep a secret?

Alice has a perfect life – a great job, happy kids, a wonderful husband. Until he goes missing one night; she receives a suspicious phone call; things don’t quite add up.

Alice needs to know what’s going on. But when she uncovers the truth she faces a brutal choice. And how can she be sure it is the truth?

Sometimes it’s better not to know.

An FT ' Reader Pick' Books for Summer Reading.


  • Ruined by the ending

    By Stephiesue1127
    A good read, but in my opinion the book stops abruptly as if the author ran out of ideas. Too many loose ends and questions unanswered to be considered a complete novel.
  • Genius

    By B_ooks_and_wine
    Al u can say is wow wow wow. Having read this book I feel emotionally drained and the feelings I experienced whilst reading this book will stay with me for life. It is a MUST READ! Especially at this price, they are almost GIVING it away!! T A Cotterell is a genius.
  • What Alice Knew

    By Ben Norfolk
    This is the kind of book that stays with you long after you've finished it. A book that makes you want to reward yourself with one more chapter before lights out. It is difficult to summarise the story without giving too much away, but it is a terrific story and is very well told. Three aspects of the novel I particularly liked. Firstly, it has pace. Events unfold quickly, making the book hard to put down. Secondly the story has layers. Events threaten Alice, causing her to question first her marriage, then her past, and finally her morality. This novel is not a standard page-turner. Lastly and satisfyingly, as the story unfolds the author's asides and aphorisms - sometimes funny, often thought-provoking - greatly add to the enjoyment of the read. Of these, "lies compound like debt until you can no longer pay the interest" might just be the over-arching theme of the novel. This is the sort of book you finish in one or two sittings, but you don't want to speed-read for fear of missing something. Recommended without reservation.