I See You: The Number One Sunday Times Bestseller
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I SEE YOU by CLARE MACKINTOSH is a good mystery/crime thriller that had me engaged, entertained, and interested enough throughout most of this book to keep me turning those pages but then it lost me somewhere near the end. When Zoe Walker sees her photo in the classified ads in a London newspaper, she is desperate to find out why it's there, and more importantly who put it there. I really enjoyed reading the story and finding out how the crimes were happening, but the ending is fundamentally unconvincing.
Clare Mackintosh’s debut novel I LET YOU GO was one of my favorite books last year, so I was excited to read her follow up.I tend to prefer investigations or sociopaths over the parenting of teenagers, but there are always exceptions! There is another character that is introduced in Chapter 2, Kelly Swift, an emotionally troubled but dedicated cop.
Mackintosh’s debut novel delivered a surprise that left readers reeling, and while her latest one is packed with suspense, twists, and turns, it falls a bit short of her first effort. PC Kelly Swift was told in the third person and sometimes I found her to be a little confusing when she would be recounting some incidents from her past. Zoe hasn’t had the easiest start with relationships, having been married and divorced with two teenaged children and now living with Simon, a man whom she has brought in to live with her and her and her kids.If you love the idea behind this book, you may wish to watch Killer Net, as I suspect you’ll enjoy it too.