Aubrey has been distraught since the disappearance of her husband five years ago. Her mother-in-law blames her and thinks she has killed her son. Aubrey is subjected to the bitter attacks and suspicions, even after so many years.
A court of law decided there wasn’t enough evidence to convict Aubrey, but the shadow of suspicion still hangs over her every day.
There were a few things that didn’t gel for me. Chase turns up and a few days later he is the boyfriend. Seems a little hasty for someone apparently so upset about the disappearance of her husband. Perhaps the mother-in-law isn’t so wrong after all.
The whole Chase connection was a little daytime soap opera for my taste. A pity really, because it is kind of the weakest link in the plot.
This is one of those stories where you have to be careful how much information you reveal or it spoils the plot for other readers, so with that in mind less is more on this occasion.
The twist was good and the end a little unexpected. Not sure who I believe deserved to be punished the most though.
No One Knows has a good premise, but the delivery could have been much better.