Forget My Name #BookReview #BlogTour #HeadofZeus #NetGalley

Written by J. S. Monroe

 

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She is outside your front door.

She got on the train after a difficult week at work. Her bag had been stolen, and with it, her identity. Her whole life was in there – passport, wallet, house key. When she tried to report the theft, her mind went blank. She couldn’t even remember her name.

She says she lives in your house.

Now she’s outside Tony and Laura’s front door. She is certain she lives in their home. But they have never met her before.

Would you let her in?

 

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A Real Psychological Puzzle!  Stars 5

 

So very different – and absolutely awesome!

A woman who has no idea who she is, has her handbag stolen at the airport; who is she, where has she come from and why is she standing on Laura and Tony’s doorstep insisting that she lives there?

Forget My Name is a real psychological puzzle; my brain has worked overtime trying to work out what was going on but, not to worry, all is explained by the final page. For most of this one, I wasn’t sure exactly where the story was heading, but I was aware that there was something going on that the reader wasn’t privy to. Never in a million years would I have guessed what it was though! With some very competent and cunning plotting, this novel is adroitly structured and beautifully presented. It is guaranteed to get your pulse rating as the excitement level increases. Such a good read, and one I’m very happy to have chosen. It is full of surprises, and left me with a high level of satisfaction – as such, completely worthy of five stars!

My thanks to publisher Head of Zeus for my copy via NetGalley, and especially to Victoria Joss for inviting me to take part in this Blog Tour. All opinions are, as always, entirely my own.

 

Tags: psychological thriller
  • Format: ebook, paperback, hardcover, audio
  • Size: 416 pages
  • Publisher: Head of Zeus
  • Publication Date: 1 October 2018
  • Purchase Links: Google Play
  •                                 iBooks
  •                                 Kobo
  •                                 Waterstones
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Meet the Author

 

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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.

 

Social Media

Twitter: @JSThrillers

Facebook: @JSMonroeFindMe

 

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Follow Head of Zeus

Website: www.headofzeus.com

Facebook: @headofzeus

Twitter: @HoZ_Books

Instagram: @headofzeus

 

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