I Know Who You Are
Having read this Author’s debut Sometimes I Lie last year and thoroughly enjoyed it, I had great expectations for her new novel and I can say it didn’t disappoint.
It is a book with two time lines and stories which slowly emerge, unravelling so many disturbing things along the way.
Aimee Sinclair is an up and coming actress, who, to an outsider, comes across as having the perfect life, but looks can be deceiving as we find out when she arrives home one day to find her husband Ben missing, her acting talent really does come into its own.
Aimee has so many hidden secrets, but the one thing she yearns for is a child of her own, this is something that controlling Ben is adamant is not going to happen.
Aimee soon becomes a suspect when a body is discovered and she is more determined than ever to conceal her past.
The chapters of Aimee in the late 1980’s are spoken with her childlike honesty. When she is kidnapped away from her family and home in Ireland to a new life in Essex I found her words particularly disturbing as she describes the terrifying ordeal. Aimee’s childhood is certainly not a happy one, but then neither is her adult one.
No one is who you think they are and with so many twists I could not predict what was coming next, which of course is perfect reading for this genre of book.
My thanks to HQ for the copy of this book and to Julie Boon for sharing my review on her blog as part of the blog tour.