I See You by Clare Mackintosh

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I See YouI See You by Clare Mackintosh
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

When flipping through a London newspaper Zoe Walker comes across what looks to be a photo of herself in a rather sketchy ad in the classifieds section. No explanation of what the ad is meant to be about other than a website and phone number that doesn’t work.

The next day there is another ad with another woman, the day after yet another ad and another woman. Zoe doesn’t know what to make of the photos but when she finds that something starts happening to the other women pictured she becomes to determined to find out what is happening before she becomes a victim herself.

I See You by Clare Mackintosh was one of those books that was easy to become completely engaged in the story. This is the type of thriller read that gives me chills as I go along since the content seems so real to life that something like this could actually take place in today’s society which makes the story just that much more captivating waiting to find out just what will happen with our main character and how it will end.

The main character in this book is an average working mother who finds that she is being watched and really has no idea why or what it all means. With easy to relate to characters and a plot that seems like it could happen this was one that I just couldn’t put down at all. There are plenty of suspects to keep a reader guessing all throughout the book and wondering just how it will all work out in the end. Definitely one I’d recommend checking out if a fan of mystery/thrillers.

I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley.

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