Image of Never Knowing


Image of Never Knowing

Stevens’ second novel is a knockout, starting strong and finishing even stronger. The suspense is constant and while at times Sara feels out of control and some of the material can be hard to read, Stevens makes it impossible to put the book down. The exchanges between Sara and her father are captivating and draw the reader in.

Adopted Sara Gallagher hires a private investigator to find her birth parents, but is unprepared for the information brought to her. Not only was she conceived in violence, but her father is a serial killer who is still out there. Now Sara must deal with the rejection of her birth mother as well as try to keep her family safe from a man who feels entitled to get to know his daughter. (ST. MARTIN’S, Jul., 416 pp., $24.99)
Reviewed by: 
Robyn Glazer