About the book:
When Zoe Walker discovers her own picture in the local newspaper’s classified ads, she’s shocked. A photo from her Facebook page accompanies a listing for a website called FindTheOne.com. All Zoe’s efforts to discover what the ad means lead to dead ends. And then a second woman whose picture appeared in a similar ad is assaulted. When a third woman is murdered, Zoe’s unease turns to fear and paranoia. The only thing the three have in common is their daily commute on the London subway system.
Someone is methodically tracking down these women…and Zoe is next on the list.
Told in alternating chapters by Zoe, troubled transit officer Kelly Swift who investigates when others refuse, and the clever killer stalking a new victim, I SEE YOU is an edge-of-your-seat read that will have you furiously turning pages, gasping at the plot twists (including a final chapter breath-taker), and marveling at Clare Mackintosh’s ability to craft a compulsive thriller that keeps you guessing at every turn.
My take (originally posted March 7, 2017): The description will tell you all you need to know before reading I See You. What I will say is that author Clare Mackintosh lulled me into a feeling of “is this going anywhere?” for a good part of the book. That’s not to say I was bored or uninterested. I enjoyed the unfolding of the story. I think she paced it slowly for a reason and then opened up a can of Whoa! in the last quarter of the book. It’s creepy and sinister. Unsurprisingly, I didn’t correctly guess who was behind the crime. I would love to read more about the investigation team in future books. Each detective seems to have a story that I’d be interested in knowing. Recommended to fans of the genre and Clare Mackintosh.
“The Must-Have Thriller of 2017.” —Bustle
NOW AVAILABLE IN PAPERBACK
Berkley Trade Paperback Reprint; November 7, 2017
“Danger feels real in the brilliant I See You…Mackintosh seems destined to do important work for many years to come.”—The Washington Post
“Deliciously creepy.”—Ruth Ware
“[A] well-told suspense story…refreshingly realistic.”—The New York Times Book Review
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Giveaway ends on November 6, 2017