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Book Review – I Know What I saw by S. K. Sharp #BookReview #BookBlogger #suspense

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A perfect eidetic memory was what Nicola had. And when her ex was arrested for the murder of his father who had disappeared 35 years ago, she had to give her statement. Who better that her?

My first book by author S. K. Sharp, I loved the concept of the story. Nicola was interesting to begin with as she gave me the perfect shot of the events that occurred on that night.

The prose slowed off unbearably in the middle, where I felt I was not being given new information. But surely and carefully the plot dug itself out of the past and went into evidence mode. Nicola’s steady investigation soon brought out the secrets. And oh boy!! There were many.

This was an interesting tale, no doubt. A sharper prose with more suspense would have uplifted it. Nevertheless, a good read over breakfast.


Rating: 3 out of 5.





She remembers everything. She understands nothing.
Only a handful of people in the world have a truly perfect memory. Nicola is one of them.
With her condition proving to be more of a curse than a blessing, she has spent years trying to live a quiet life.
But a body has been found, a discovery that threatens to tear the community apart.
Nicola remembers the night with perfect clarity, but she never discovered the truth of what happened.
Now she must use her ability to solve the murder from decades ago
And save the man she loved from being wrongly convicted of the crime.


Publication Date: September 2020

I received an ARC from NetGalley and the publisher, and this is my journey down its pages, straight from the heart. STRICTLY HONEST and UNBIASED.

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