A gripping psychological thriller. How far would you go to uncover the secrets of your past? Issy Cunningham has made a new life for herself but that's all about to come crashing down. If only she could recall what happened that Valentine's Eve, she would be able to tell the police what really took place. But those memories won't come because there's too much in the past that troubles her. How can she set the record straight when her past won't let her be?
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Isobel (Issy) wakes to find herself in the hospital, talking to a therapist. She has no memory of how she got there, doesn't really know where she is. Upon examination, her physician finds that she has been assaulted. When police get involved, she learns that her boss has been murdered. Bit by bit as her memory returns, she is more confused than ever. When evidence points to her as being the murderer, she turns to the only person she barely remembers as being a friend. She needs to know her past in order to understand the present and prevent a future of being imprisoned. This is a quick read. Chapters are short and terse, but packed with information. The premise is a good one, well-written. Although a tad not happy with the ending, I did enjoy the book as a whole. I didn't particularly like Issy in the beginning, I couldn't understand why she would put herself on the line for someone she barely knows. It became a life-altering decision on her part. As most characters, she grew on me. There are many secondary characters who add credibility to the story .... but everyone has secrets and tell lies, leaving investigating police scratching their heads. This is my first book by this author; I'm sure it won't be the last. If you like psychological thrillers, you don't want to miss this one. Many thanks to Seb Kirby and Susan Hampson. Opinions expressed here are unbiased and entirely my own.