This is the third book that I have read from this imprint. The first was the interesting Cape May, then the phenomenal Silent Patient, and now the equally riveting A Nearly Normal Family. The story is mystery as well a family drama wrapped in a courtroom procedural. The novel is told in the three voices of a father, a mother, and an eighteen year old daughter. That format brought to my mind the question of perception. Given an event in my own family’s life how close would be the perceptions of each of us of each other and what has occurred? A Nearly Normal Family does the job of every good book in keeping the readers interest as the story unfolds and, beyond, that posing an intriguing thought. I was grateful to Net Galley for the opportunity to read an early copy.