Kate used to be good at recognising people. So good, she worked for the police, identifying criminals in crowds of thousands. But six months ago, a devastating car accident led to a brain injury. Now the woman who never forgot a face can barely recognise herself in the mirror.
At least she has Rob. Young, rich, handsome and successful, Rob runs a tech company on the idyllic Cornish coast. Kate met him just after her accident, and he nursed her back to health. When she’s with him, in his luxury modernist house, the nightmares of the accident fade, and she feels safe and loved.
Until, one day, she looks at Rob anew. And knows, with absolute certainty, that the man before her has been replaced by an impostor.
Is Rob who he says he is? Or is it all in Kate’s damaged mind?
First of all I have to say that fans of psychological thrillers are going to love this book, because I sure as hell did. It is bloody brilliant!
I was hooked right from the start and pulled into a very gripping and engrossing story. Imagine not being able to recognise people, this is what happens to Kate after she suffers a brain injury from a car accident. Then we meet Rob, but is Rob who he says he is. Kate believes that he isn’t her Rob. Even I wasn’t sure.
Every thing Kate starts to question, I started to question. Each page leaves you wanting more. This is a very clever story which will certainly get your brain ticking and tie you up in knots.
It is jam packed with suspense and takes you on a roller coaster ride giving me some pulse racing moments. I cannot recommend it enough giving it all the stars.
This book is a must read!
About the Author
J.S. Monroe read English at Cambridge, worked as a foreign correspondent in Delhi, and was Weekend editor of the Daily Telegraph in London before becoming a full-time writer. Monroe is the author of six novels, including the international bestseller, Find Me.
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