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I quite liked the book. An amnesiac woman finding job in the outskirts of town, soon found her memory returning in flashes. My first book, methinks, of Author Kelly Heard, loved the atmosphere it brought with it.
Short snappy chapters with a different action in every one, I liked how the author paced the book. There was a careful build up of mystery. Developing Jane Doe’s character over the pages gave me an insight into her emotions.
Pain and desperation with a background of fear were well felt. As the pages turned, the suspense brought out a sense of impending danger, and with it, my curiosity ramped up.
An explosive finish, the book was everything I needed to distract me from the tough times my country is going through.
At 99c/99p it is worth the money!!
AMAZON USA: https://amzn.to/3dkF83C
AMAZON UK: https://amzn.to/2OVs7nG
I wake in a bed, with a stranger leaning over me. She asks my name and I realise I don’t know what it is. I don’t know who I am or why I’m here…
I’m grateful to the police who found me on the remote stretch of highway, covered in blood, with crimson flowers in my hair. To the doctors, too, who brought me back from the brink of death.
But I see the suspicion in their eyes.
They don’t believe me when I say I don’t remember who I am. They are unsure if I can be trusted.
Am I the innocent victim? Or guilty of a terrible crime?
No one has reported me missing or come looking for me. But today, a bouquet of blood-red roses has been delivered to my room.
Am I in danger? Or is someone trying to help me?
Searching for anything in this town that might seem familiar, I’m cornered by a woman with wild eyes who calls me I name I don’t know. She tells me my brother is in danger and only I can save him.
But how do I know if I can trust her, if I can’t even trust myself?
Publication Date: April 2021
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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