Marnie Logan often feels like she's being watched. Nothing she can quite put her finger on - a whisper of breath on the back of her neck, or a shadow in the corner of her eye - and now her life is frozen. Her husband Daniel has been missing for more than a year.
Depressed and increasingly desperate, she seeks the help of clinical psychologist Joe O'Loughlin. Joe is concerned by Marnie's reluctance to talk about the past, but then she discovers a book packed with pictures, interviews with friends, former teachers, old flames and workmates Daniel was preparing for her birthday. It was supposed to be a celebration of her life. But it's not the story anyone was expecting...
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"You won't go back."
Incredible. Felt as though I was watching the best film I'd ever seen...through my ears. I will order every novel ever written by Michael Robotham as a result, just as long as they're performed by Sean Barrett. This is a remarkable set of books, the only problem is that everything after this may be inferior. Thank you for this, I will treasure it in memory forever.
Loved this book......A must listen to ..... couldn't wait to finish....but didn't want it to end
"FULL OF TWISTS AND TURNS"
I was captivated right from the start. And as the story took it expected and unexpected twists and turns, it kept me on the edge of my seat. I love the author, and the narrators voice was a pleasure to listen to. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves a good, obsessive tale, for this one has it all.
"Top Notch Psychological Thriller"
Michael Robotham has come up trumps once again with this superb psychological thriller.
Psychologist Joe O'lochlin and retired detective Vincent Ruiz become embroiled in the case, when one of O'lochlin's patients, who's husband has been missing for more than a year, becomes the main suspect in a murder case.
Michael Robotham has here crafted a multi layered tale, that deals with the psychological impact of childhood trauma and in particular, the way it affects the victims as adults.
Written with great precision, the author steadily builds the tension and managed to surprise me on several occasions.
Perhaps it is best to read the Joe O'lochlin books in order, but it is still a great stand alone novel. As usual Sean Barrett is superb. Very highly recommended.
Definitely recommend this book. Enthralling right to the end. Sean Barrett reads in such a relaxed enjoyable way.
Really felt I knew Marnie as a friend.
I totally love this author and series of books. This is the best one yet in my humble opinion. I've walked miles just to get to the ending. Highly recommended.
"Another excellent story"
I love Michael's stories and I love the narration just as much. Gripped me from start to finish. Can't wait for the next one.
"Actually 4 1/2 stars- but a darn good thriller"
This is a very good thriller book. The narrator does an excellent job keeping most voices different. The story itself is intriguing and hopefully will suck you in too. I enjoyed the twists and turns that were presented as they weren't too predictable [which is great]. Most of the storylines were given a decent ending, except a few (sorry the point of the odd actions of the lawyer again??). So if you are looking for good quick book, pick this up. I know I'm now going to look for more books by this author.
"Not Robotham's best"
It was, but this is nowhere near as good as Robotham's other books, such as Shatter.
Yes, I have listened to most of his books, and I must say they are all better than this one.
He is as good as always.
This is a good thriller, but somewhat disappointing for fans of Robotham's previous books.
"good psychological thriller"
the story was exciting and entertained me for hours whilst dog walking! Will buy another by this author, the narration was good although a few of the characters sounded very similar. Must say I really enjoyed listening to this one
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