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Hannah, Adam, and adorable young Sydney Wickes are living under assumed identities in West Philadelphia. Although she's found it hard to adjust to life in the city, at least Hannah and her family are safe and slowly beginning to build new lives for themselves. But all that changes when an unexpected tragedy throws the harsh spotlight of publicity onto the Wickes family, putting them in serious danger. Because Hannah and those she loves are hiding a dark secret in their past, a secret that has torn their lives apart. For what do you do when the person you should love the most poses the greatest threat? The Wickes' sinister family secret is destined to catch up with them - with terrifying consequences.

©2014 Patricia Bourgeau (P)2014 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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Be forewarned, the subject matter in this book was really disturbing. I liked her other books much better...

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Deeeply disturbing story. Kept me hooked.

If you could sum up I See You in three words, what would they be?

Dark; creepy; addictive.

What was one of the most memorable moments of I See You?

When Adam and Hannah see the truth.

What about Kirsten Potter’s performance did you like?

Her entire narration was excellent. A really good narrator lets you forget that there is a narrator. She accomplished this, by seamlessly moving from character to character. Her chilling depiction of a psychopath was spot on.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

I nearly did so. Whenever I wasn't listening, I was eager to get back to it.

Any additional comments?

I have loved Patricia MacDonald from first discovering her in the early 1990s. I am so glad that she doesn't hold back in her fictional exploration of the darkest corners of human behavior. She is not a storyteller for wimps. <br/>