After the life-altering ending in the third Jane Perry thriller Revelations, Jane takes time off from the job to find the missing part of herself she never knew existed. But her journey is quickly hijacked when a wanted criminal, Harlan Kipple, steals her car. Kipple accused of a heinous murder of a prostitute in a seedy motel is on the run and desperate to stay that way. Jane's personal plans take a backseat as she tracks down her stolen ride and discovers through an unusual source that Kipple may be innocent and is being framed by a nefarious group. When she trails Kipple and confronts him, every belief she ever had about this world and the next is put to the test.
Kipple, who by his own admission is not the "brightest bulb in the box", received a heart transplant nineteen months ago. His life changed from the moment he woke up in the recovery room. In fact, he's not so sure where he ends and his heart takes over. As strange as that sounds to her, Jane cannot deny what she witnesses after spending just two days with Kipple. It becomes clear that nothing is what it appears as Jane is drawn into a deep rabbit hole with dark webs and darker crevices that force her to operate on the other side of the law. With the police hot on his Kipple's tail and a devious faction intent on finding him first, Jane is caught in the middle and realizes that solving this crime could have fatal consequences.
Knowing is truly a thriller with a heart. With themes as diverse as immortality, regeneration, resurrection, transformation and death, author Laurel Dewey tackles the story with originality and plenty of suspense. "Finding yourself" takes on a whole new meaning in Knowing.