The Less People Know About Us by Axton Betz-Hamilton was not on my radar at all until I read about it on my favorite readerly blog, Everyday I Write the Book. My routine, for those who don’t know, is that I add books to my TBR list on Amazon and, since I have an extension on my Amazon to the public library, check if it’s available at the library or add it to my library wishlist. I have so many books on deck at any one time that I can wait until I get things at the library (often a whole pile at a time – Murphy’s Law). When I added The Less People Know About Us, it was immediately available from the library as an audiobook, so I downloaded, and listened to it at every opportunity over several days – it’s that good. In short, it’s a memoir about a family’s experience with identity theft over many years. It’s riveting, depressing, and hopeful all at the same time. I don’t want to give anything away by describing it more than that, but grab it if you can. It’s great.